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Thursday, April 28, 2011

Call for HELP

We all know that the cost of health-care is very high. It is especially high if you have an unexpected hospital stay. This is a call for help to everyone and anyone for Aaron Schulz. Aaron is a 22 year old young man that came down with an unexpected serious health problem recently. While at home he became short of breath, felt some chest pain, and became dizzy. His family brought him to the hospital where they realized that the Poplar Bluff Hospital in Missouri could not handle his immediate care needs and flew him by helicopter to St. John's Mercy in St. Louis, MO. Doctors at the hospital at first diagnosed Cushings disease but further tests are pending. All of these tests and the hospital stay are far more expensive than you could ever imagine. Aaron went in for surgery for complications and blood clots. This makes almost three weeks in the hospital and the bills keep getting larger.

Aaron grew up in Poplar Bluff, Missouri and graduated from Poplar Bluff High School. His health has never been a problem and to have it strike him down at such a young age is a serious matter. Aaron could only get part time work with the Department of Agriculture and didn't qualify for health insurance with his employer.

If you can donate to help with the hospital bills it will be greatly appreciated by Aaron and his family. Please give whatever you can afford in these hard times. All donations are going directly to pay for his medical care. Donations are not tax deductible. Well wishes and prayers are also greatly appreciated. Feel free to leave a comment below with your kind thoughts.

The family has arranged an account with a local bank to help pay for Aaron's care. Anything you can donate and send to help pay some of the expenses will be appreciated.

Please mail donations to:

Poplar Bluff Federal Credit Union
C/O Aaron Schulz
2438 Katy Lane
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901

Thank you and God bless from the entire Schulz family.


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