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I’d like to tell you about my son, James Redman. James grew up in Tucson where he played Little League baseball and performed in the Tucson Boys Chorus. James attended University High School for two years and then Tucson High School for his junior and senior years. As a young adult he served as a Sunday school teacher and Acolyte Advisor at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church. He worked at the University of Arizona College of Medicine, with University Physicians, Inc., and with the Amphitheate rPublicSchool District. He completed his education by earning a BS in Business Administration, BA in Management and finally an MBA from the University of Phoenix. James had been living in California for the last eight years where he was employed at MTI Marketing in Carlsbad, and then Pulse Engineering in San Diego.
February 7, 2017
Update January 2016:
As of April 2004, James is on disability through Social Security. He has Medicare, but the cost is quite high due to the fact that he is still under 65 years old. Co-pays and prescriptions are still very high and prohibit some care.
James had a heart attack in October of 2014 and now has congestive heart failure which increases the costs of his prescriptions and co-pays. James suffers from fatigue, shortness of breath, migraine headaches and a myriad of other maladies due to the transplants, immunosuppressant state, years of having diabetes and the congestive heart failure. He was hospitalized 4 times in 2015 alone.
To defray the numerous uninsured medical expenses, this fund has been set up to help cover costs that are not covered by the Medicare. Thank you for any help you can afford to assist James in covering these costs.
Please make checks payable to HelpHOPELive and write in the memo section: In Honor of James Redman
Two Radnor Corporate Center
100 Matsonford Road, Suite 100
Radnor, PA 19087
To contribute by credit card to James’ fundraising campaign, click the “Donate Now” button above. Please share this page with anyone who you think could make a difference. Every contribution counts! We also ask that you keep James and our family in your thoughts and prayers.
Thank you again for your consideration,
Carol Redman and the Redman Family
October 8, 2013
If a friend is in trouble, don't annoy him by asking if there is anything you can do. Think up something appropriate and do it. ~Edgar Watson Howe The most beautiful discovery true friends make is that they can grow separately without growing apart. ~Elisabeth Foley
Brian Vargas San Diego, CA