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We want to start out by saying thank you. Brent was such a vibrant person full of energy and love for his family and friends. He would do anything for them. In July 2021 his life came crashing down. He got Covid and shortly after had to be put on a ventilator. This consumed his family with thoughts of if he would come home. It almost became a reality that no one was ready for. He had miracle after miracle happen so that he finally made it home. But he was no longer the same person as he once was. It was a frustrating time for not only him but his family as well. He started to get stronger and it looked like he would be fine. He got the flu and that sent his body tumbling into a pit he could not get out of. His liver was dying and it was going fast. He had to get on the transplant list. The only problem was that he had, had Covid and they don’t make it through the process. He had two weeks to get tests done and all the check up stuff to just get on the list and he was only getting weaker. Miracles happened. He got everything done but failed one test. His coordinator argued for him and because Brent was self motivated he got on the list. When it came time for getting pre approval from insurance another miracle happened. It was the fastest approval given with it only being hours after the request was made. Brent is type b blood and that is pretty rare and so even though he was high on list it was going to be a time to wait. 4 livers that didn’t work out and time was running out. He got a cold and his blood pressure dropped. It was a whole 65/18. He was admitted into the hospital and would stay there until a liver was found. It really wasn’t looking good. But another miracle happened. They had a unicorn liver meaning one that is perfect. It came just in time because any longer and he would have been too sick to have surgery. Brent was one of the first Post Covid patients to get on the transplant list and to get a liver. During all this time his wife has had to navigate short term disability and having to live off 60% of his income. It was a time for miracles and receiving help. We ask if you can give a little it would be a great help. We hope that in time he will have the strength to play with his kids and help out people like he did before. Family and friends of Brent Davis are raising money for the nonprofit Help Hope Live to fund uninsured medical expenses associated with transplantation.

Brent 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.

Updates (13)

August 23, 2022

Brent came home last Wednesday. He still has a lot of way to go but he is doing so much better. He is on oxygen but we hope we can wean him off of that soon. He got his staples out last Thursday and is progressing great.

July 27, 2022

He is in a lot of pain today and is on dilaudid. It hurts to move he says it's worse than the first surgery. Still in the icu. Just did an abdominal X-ray already had a ultrasound of the abdomen. Doctors came in before I got here and said this is just a bump in the road and he will get better. Still has the lines in his neck. Still has the ng tube. He will be on IV antibiotics for 14 days

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June 29, 2022

Best of luck to you and your family!

Philip Saxton

June 29, 2022

So glad you were able to get the transplant, Brent. Hope everything goes well from here on out. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Dan Nelson

June 29, 2022

Thoughts and prayers! To you and yours!

Jon McBride