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At three years of age, I was diagnosed with Type I Diabetes. Routine and plentiful Doctor’s visits, insulin injections, additional expenses, and food restrictions were a normality growing up; life had its obstacles, but it was manageable. This all changed in 2011, when kidney disease reared its ugly head after 28 years of hibernation in the form of extreme fatigue, brain fog, and widespread body pains. I staved off dialysis for as long as I could and continued working as a Licensed massage therapist, volunteering for the ADA, Legal Aid, and various other organizations; hanging out with my other half (now husband), friends and family—just being a normal twenty-something, until the landmark age of 30.

According to science, your 30’s is a magical time of adulthood: you usually settle in marriage, prepare for parenthood, own or rent a home, and get settled in a career; all of these benchmarks were quintessentially met or on the near horizon for my husband, Alex, and I.

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August 22, 2022

Thank you all for your support!! We are over half way too our goal.

Queens in Hawaii confirmed they are no longer looking for a surgeon for their pancreas transplant program, so it’s a definite that we will be in the mainland for transplant.

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October 17, 2022

ALOHA TASHA
WE ARE GOOD FRIENDS WITH YOUR DAD HERE ON MOLOKAI
WE WANTED TO SEND OUR BEST WISHES TO YOU AND LET YOU KNOW WE ARE THINKING OF YOU
STAY STRONG & MAY GOD BLESS YOU ALWAYS

UNCLE CHARLIE & AUNTY BARBARA BOSTWICK

CHARLIE & BARBARA BOSTWICK

September 24, 2022

LOVE YOU AND ALWAYS THINKING OF YOU

DAD

WAYNE MEYER

September 17, 2022

ALOHA TASHA

WE WANT TO GIVE YOU ALL OF OUR BEST WISHES AND SUPPORT

UNCLE PETER & AUNTY BEIL

PETER&BELINDA COCKETT