Air Force Veteran needs help after a kidney transplant

11 Jul Air Force Veteran needs help after a kidney transplant


My husband spent 22 years in the Air Force defending this country. Two years ago as he was getting ready to retire, we found out our youngest son needed a kidney transplant due to a rare genetic disease called Cystinosis. He was a match for our son so he donated his kidney. He retired 3 months after the transplant. My wish is that my husband could get a job in the IT field that was closer to home and to get a decent used car that was fuel efficient for the monthly trips to CHOP. I would love for my husband to get a decent paying job that would allow him to accompany us to the doctors every month.

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  • Mary Beth Iannarella
    Posted at 03:30h, 12 July Reply

    Hello Krista and thank you for contacting the Wishwall Foundation! We send well wishes for your son and husband. Also, we commend your husband on his brave deed donating a kidney and thank him for his service to our country. If you can, please send me your husband’s resume and an idea of what type of job he is looking to obtain. Are you in the Philadelphia area? How is your son now? How long has it been since the transplant?
    We look forward to hearing from you again.

    Mary Beth
    Girl Talk /Wishwall team member

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