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Dear Family and Friends,
Breathing is something so fundamental; most of us take it for granted. I know I sure did. But when your lungs do not provide the air you need, your body becomes paralyzed and you can’t move. I’ve been slowly losing lung capacity since I was diagnosed with COPD. I worked for over 30 years in insulation, until my illness prevented me from being able to continue. Then, last year, it became worse. Even with oxygen, I couldn’t get dressed or walk from one room to another without stopping. After a breathing test, x-rays, and a cat scan of my lungs, the results showed that the disease had progressed into end-stage COPD, and that a lung transplant is going to be necessary.


October 8, 2013

It is going to happen for you!

Pam & Fess/Amelia

October 8, 2013

Rick is our son in law. We hope for the best possible new lungs there is out there for him.

Joan & Macy Hudson/Powhatan, VA