Let’s help Susan Armstrong

Get better Susan.

If you ever go to Crossroads or walk in many of our neighborhoods you’re likely to have seen Susan Armstrong. If it’s on a walk odds are that she had a dog companion that was either a foster or a dog that was getting a bit of gentle obedience training. You’ll be hard pressed to find someone more caring than Susan and now she needs a bit of help.

From YouCaring.com:

The week of March 16th, Susan suddenly experienced a debilitating headache and had to be taken to the emergency room in an ambulance. Since then she has been in and out of the hospital several times. She is currently at St. Mary’s hospital. The good news is that she finally has a diagnosis- Occipital Neuralgia and they are now in the process of treating it. The bad news is that Susan has now been out of work for two weeks and she does not receive PTO. She is still in the hospital while the doctors are working on finding the best treatment for her.We are trying to help her recovery by easing the stress of finances. The funds raised will help cover living expenses for her, Gavin, and her fur kids. Any amount helps and will be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance for any support you are able to offer.

Update: Susan is now home from the hospital and resting. She is still not able to work at this time so any help is immensely appreciated!

Donations can be made online and both Crossroads and O’Toole’s have cash donations buckets.

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Richard Hayes

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