My name is Kathy Coleman, my husband Frank is in need of a liver transplant, I tried to put him on my insurance, he is denied because of pre-exisiting conditions, but I still have to hold insurance on him til July 2013 in which they will look over his case and decide whether or not not to add him., Medicaid denied saying I make to much money and I’m the only income coming in. I have missed a lot of work since he has been hospitalized twice in the last two weeks.. I ask of you is to post on your FB newsfeed, the Frank Coleman Benefit Fund at The Bank Of The West-Omaha or Gofundme.franksfight.. Thank You so much..
The Awiya Project and The Coleman Family of Omaha, Nebraska have joined together in an online auction event.
Starting November 26, 2012 thru December 14, 2012 you will have an opportunity to bid on this painting from The Awiya Project artist Jes Ewers.
All proceeds go to “Franks Fight”.
Frank is fighting liver failure and his hope is in a liver transplant. His family received devestating news that he was not approved for medical help/coverage due to pre-exisiting conditions.
Frank is Husband to Kathy, Father to 3 , and Grandfather of 3, Friend & neighbor. Frank was a truck driver for RET Trucking in Omaha.
The Awiya Project:Art that Gives has donate this painting for auction to assist the Coleman Family, Frank, in raising money for his continued medical expenses as he fights for life.
This painting is 16″ x 20″ oil on artists board, framed.
The Coleman Family has also set up a crowd funding through Go Fund Me
The Auction is happening now until December 14, 2012 5pm. Bidding has begun!
A “BIG” Thank You to everyone who helped in any way in making the “David Codr Benefit” a success. Even though it was a lonngggg evening for Dave, he enjoyed visiting everyone who came out to support him. Again, Thank You, Thank You, Thank You! Bless you all!
Lori D. Benefit Coordinator
The Awiya Project is honored to be donating this piece to a benefit.
Dave is from Nebraska. He had West Nile Virus two years ago. His immune system was compromised and earlier this year he contracted Transverse Myelitis. It has affected his spinal cord. His right side is paralyzed and his speech is also affected. He hasn’t been home since April and is currently hospitalized. He is undergoing several types of treatments and therapies. He is currently wheelchair bound, having minimal movement of his arm and leg. Dave works in heating and air conditioning industry. Dave is also known for his umpiring skills, having umpired for many years at baseball and softball games in the surrounding area. One of his goals is to return to umpiring.
Delivered the Horse carbon drawing to David’s benefit organizer today. Here’s a picture of the piece framed.
“Lou my family loves the Picture – My mom said its beautiful – thank you so much it means a lot to us – hope we see you at the Benefit on Saturday, November 10th.”
David Codr Benefit