Help Local Community Member, Jason Roe, in His Time of Need
THE WOODLANDS, TX – Please consider donating to help local community member, Jason Roe, in his time of need. Below is his story, written by family and friends:
“Jason has been diagnosed with a malignant sarcomatoid neoplasm . We are all so thankful that his primary medical treatment is being generously covered by MD Anderson. However, he just ended up in the emergency room due to some complications. This expense as well as many other additional medical expenses already incurred will be direct out of pocket expenses since Jason does not have health insurance. Right now, his medical challenges have created a seriously urgent financial strain for Jason and his family as the medical bills have piled up. Please help any way you can. All contributions for any amounts will be greatly appreciated. If you can help Jason through this fundraiser, it will make a major difference in his life and the life of his family that is caring for him. You will be helping a truly wonderful person and family in the process. Jason has always been of great service to others in his life so far, and we aim to help him continue being there for others for a long while. So far in his life, Jason has served as a radioman for the Coast Guard, as a well planner, as a 911 dispatcher, as a greenwaste recycling and gardening/landscaping industry expert, and most recently in many capacities at The Adventure Begins Comics, Games and More. But he would be the first to tell you that his family is what is most important to him, and they have been of great service to each other and the community at large over the years. Jason will soon have surgery and follow-up treatments. We will use this fundraiser as a way of updating everyone of his serious ongoing out of pocket financial needs relating to his medical care. On behalf of everyone who cares for and loves Jason, we would like to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your compassion and contributions.”
Click here to be directed to his GoFundMe page.