Many of you have anticipated receiving information concerning the progression in my health. Some know and many others do not know that on December 3, 2015 Lula and I entered Memorial Hospital at Chapel Hill anticipating a life saving liver transplant. I was transplanted December 4, 2015 with complications that extended my stay to 88 days.Thank each of you for your prayers inquiries and support to my family. In Lieu of missing churches and individuals we simply want to thank everyone. In addition, a special thanks go out to the General & South Atlantic Conference of Seventh-day Adventist which we am an active members supporting many areas to include young people. In my treatment course Lula and I have witnessed many miracles and because of them our lives and those we contacted will never be the same. Always believe this one thing faith yield results, many times in our 3 months stint God has shown up and every time he showed up he has showed out.
I am happy to report that as of May 28, 2016 I have remained home without a readmission and as of the first week in June I am showing DAILY improvement. To God be the glory.
We are both so greatfull for those who assisted monatarily to make receiving this gift possible. If you are so impressed we ask that you continue your giving when possible. We love each of you and may God continue to richly Bless you.
Dwight J. & Lula T. Crawford
Mar 01, 2016
GOOD NEWS UPDATE: As you may already know, Dwight received the gift-of-life through a successful liver transplant surgery that took place on December 4th, 2015. Dwight continues to face setbacks, but is growing stronger each and every day. He still has a long road ahead of him before he is fully recovered. While he continues to grow stronger, Dwight's out-of-pocket transplant and related expenses continue to add up more than ever. He is asking for your kind consideration and donations to help him afford his post-transplant anti-rejection medications, and even his living expenses. Thank you ahead of time for your thoughtful generosity and concerns! Julie Holtsberg, Patient Services Coordinator for Dwight and his family
Mar 01, 2016
Many of you have anticipated receiving information concerning the progression in my health. Some know and many others do not know that on December 3, 2015 I entered Memorial Hospital at Chapel...
Dec 04, 2014
First We want to thank each person who has and will contribute to our fund raising campaign. On occasions We are asked by the transplant team concerning our fund raising success. They encourage...
Aug 09, 2010
Car Wash Today, August 8, 2010 was a hot but very beautiful day. It was the day of my first fund raiser, a car wash. The organizers were Ms. Elaine Young, Ms. Linda Sanders, Ms. Dasha Reed, Ms....
Jul 28, 2010
Update I appreciate the contributions to my transplant fund, well wishes and those who have just taken an interest in my case. I am still challenged to keep up a daily routine but need the...