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Family and friends of Steve Meacham are trying to raise money to pay for uninsured medical expenses associated with his heart transplant.

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September 30, 2021

Hi! Boy, time flies when you're busy. Steve is alive & kickin', he has taken on a new project and is leaving an old one. He is restoring an old 1954 Studebaker truck! His friends at a local Auto Repair Shop are helping him fix the brakes and make the window go up & down, and make the truck safe for him to drive. He loves this old truck and it gives him a great project to think about and work on. Steve is giving his Harley Davidson to his sons. He can no longer safely ride it. Although this was a very difficult decision for him, it made him feel good to know they will take care of it and can afford to maintain it. Steve has his semi-annual checkup in Santa Clara at Kaiser next week. He is doing well with regard to his transplant, and is actively managing his diabetes with new medications, at least one of which is advertised on TV. This med is injectable once a week. The cost is over $400 each time he gets it from the pharmacy. That's in addition to the insulin and all the other medications he takes for his immunosuppression and medical conditions. The cost of the meds reduces Steve's income by about 20% each month. That's why he still needs financial support through helphopelive. Your donations absolutely make a difference to Steve and his family. He is thankful and appreciative of every person and each donation. Time passes and very few community members think about donating, especially with the pandemic and personal concerns. Steve definitely has gratitude for anyone who takes the time to contribute to his fund.

November 25, 2017

We wish to thank the anonymous donor who steadfastly helps Steve so tremendously, each and every year! You are amazing. And we thank all of the donors who make the support and maintenance of transplantation easier, which continues to fill Steve's life with hope and gratitude! Thank you.

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September 19, 2010

steve are prayers & thoughts go out to you & your family get well dude

rick&debbie ledesma cobb mt.

August 23, 2010

Hi...Nancy here. I want to thank all of you for your kind words and prayers for Steve. I have been reading them to him at his bedside at Stanford. Thank you.

Nancy Meacham

June 14, 2010

you are courageous and strong, we send our positive energy your way for this stange adventure you are embarking.

a stranger in Santa Rosa