My husband Alvin Leon Price is a Veteran and works 20 years as a first responder he desperately, needs your help.
Some of us spend our entire career working together and helping others.
Some careers are short lived to due to folks deciding to take different paths professionally. Let me introduce you for the ones who do not know him to Alvin Leon Price Advanced EMT.
Leon is one of the most dedicated selfless individuals you will ever meet, and I was blessed with my first interaction with him almost 20 years ago when he was in EMT school. I have had the privilege and honor to work with him, around him, and for him over the years. Leon has spent the past 15 years serving the citizens of Knox County. He has been a steady fixture for the EMS operation here through the good times and bad times. Leon has had a total of 20 years of service to date.
With Leon’s selfless mentality and always putting others first he has served our country in the armed forces. Leon was diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis in the past year, which ultimately resulted in him having to drop down to part time status, due to multiple doctors appts, and testing being required, and completed in middle Tennessee. Leon still tries to pick up multiple shifts a week.
Leon reached out to me asking for assistance to get things set up for him. To help with a financial burden he is getting ready to undergo. Leon while still having to maintain his family’s lives here locally. He has been presented with the option of a lung transplant; with that he was given parameters he would have to meet. He is going to have to relocate for 3 months to middle Tennessee and be within 15 minutes of the facility that is doing the transplant. The facility has given him some contacts and told him to a potential dollar figure for all out-of-pocket expenses that he would potentially encounter.
This would help with expense locally and the expense he is going to experience there for three months. I couldn’t imagine after living a selfless life of providing care for others. To be faced with this and possibly having to decide between maintain life at home and not get the transplant. Or getting the transplant and financially things blowing up here at home.
Thank You All
Family and friends of Alvin Leon Price are raising money for the nonprofit Help Hope Live to fund uninsured medical expenses associated with transplantation.
Leon has chosen to fundraise for Help Hope Live in part because Help Hope Live assures fiscal accountability of funds raised and tax deductibility for contributors. Contributors can be sure donations will be used to pay or reimburse medical and related expenses. To make a tax-deductible donation to this fundraising campaign, click on the Give button.
For more information, please contact Help Hope Live at 800.642.8399.
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