We have run out of resources both governmental and personal contacts?
I?m writing this without my husbands? knowledge because he is a very proud person... But we truly need help.
Our lives have been in turmoil for over 5 years now and it seems there is no light at the end of the tunnel.
As a last straw, I must post this message in the public domain and pray that others that have been in the same situation or understand what it?s like to lose everything will consider giving us a helping hand.
If you find it in your heart to make a donation after you read how our life was turned upside down, we will be most grateful for any amount you can provide.
"No one has ever become poor by giving."
** Please invite your friends and associates to view our pleading.
Jimmy is 64 years old now, but everything started going downhill in 2006 when he was diagnosed with cancer. He looked at all his options and then researched alternative treatments in other countries. He decided to call a friend that he served with in the Marines that was a doctor in Germany. 71/2 months later and great pain and financial loss, he is doing well and has no signs of cancer.
In 2009 he injured himself on-the-job and was laid up for over a year with 4 discs blown out of his lower back. He attempted to return to work but could not do his duties setting up MRI/PET Trailers at hospitals in Northern Nevada. He lost over 50 pounds before returning to work and we could not understand why he was losing so much weight.
On March 31, 2010 I needed to admit Jimmy into the hospital because he looked like the "Walking Dead". The doctors needed to give him 6 units of blood and stated that Jimmy would not have survived another day if left untreated. We later found out that when Jimmy went to his dentist a few months earlier the dentist informed him that according to the American Heart Association, Antibiotics were not needed before any dental procedures.
Note: As a child, Jimmy always needed antibiotics because of a childhood condition. The Dentist did not read the full report and it nearly cost my husband his life.
Jimmy was forced into early retirement and we live on a small monthly Social Security benefit with no Medical or Medicare until he is 65.
Our total savings and retirement portfolio was cashed in for our medical and financial obligations. Monthly obligations we could not keep paying on, was repossessed by our lenders.
"No one is useless in this world who lightens the burdens of another."
Employment Opportunities are still very poor in our area. I was able to get P/T work (1 to 2 days week).
No One Should Live Like This!
Jimmy, still to this day has trouble getting around and can only walk, sit or stand about 15-20 minutes at a time.
Jimmy was a very vibrant and active person before all this happened to him.
? He was born in 1948 on Mothers Day May 9th.
? He was the youngest of 12 siblings
? Raised in a catholic boarding school (St. Vincent?s School For Boys")
? Joined the Marines In 1965
? Worked on cattle ranches to stay close to nature. (It's what he loves)
? Drove truck 48 states for 37 years and rode bulls for 17 years just for the rush and excitement.
? Loved to dance, ride motorcycles and have always given great respect to all that passed his path.
If Jimmy were able to get back all that he gave away to others over the years, we would not be asking for donations so we can just get along for what time we have left on this earth.
When he was out on the road, he would not even think twice about providing a meal or money to the less fortunate at the truck stops if they were broke or hungry.
It was not uncommon for him to give his last few dollars in his pocket to those that truly had a need.
Now we must ask for your help?.
I have put a link to free products that can be downloaded from our website. We only ask that if you do proceed to download the products... Please make a donation.
The Pic's that you see were some of our toys before everything happened, we have lost everything because of his illness?house, cars, motorcycles and his dignity. It was all taken away!
Thank You In Advance and May God Bless and Keep You In His Loving Care
The Hansen Family
"I am only one; but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something; I will not refuse to do the something I can do."
IF YOU MAKE A DONATION...PLEASE DON'T FORGET TO DOWNLOAD THE FREE PRODUCTS
We don't know if anyone will reach out and make an offering. Jimmy is not use to living in the city and I would really like to give him some peace of mind and take him back to nature before his time is up.
If you were to meet him, you would understand what I'm trying to say. Very few good men come along like him... He was a hard worker and played hard also.
Now he has nothing to live for. Getting back to the country will help him so very much. And yes, We intend to use anything you kindly offer to pay outstanding obligations and if there is some left, move back to the country to be near nature and all it's spender.
Please invite your friends and associates to view our pleading.
"You have not lived until you do something for someone who can never repay you."