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As of 05/10/2021 9:56 pm
The love of a family is life's greatest blessings
Sadly Jonathan succumbed to his battle with cancer on Saturday, May 8th at home with his wife and children. At his request, they held a Life Celebration for him so he could visit with friend and family before his passing.
Please donate to help Kelly and the girls navigate these trying times. 100% of everything received to go to Kelly.
Both photos below were taken has his celebration
Jonathan Anderson, at age 34 has been diagnosed with STAGE 4 Colon and Rectal Cancer. He is also immune compromised and has Type 1 Diabetes. He is in extreme pain, can't eat or sleep, has lost a lot of weight and is extremely frail. Surgery is not an option for Jonathan so he is undergoing very aggressive chemo treatments! Jonathan has been unable to work, and his wife Kelly has lost her job. She cannot work at this time and needs to care for Jonathan. She needs to be his advocate throughout his treatments and the overall care of him and their girls. Your donations will help ease some of the financial burden off this couple, as their living expenses and medical bills continue to build. Your help will allow them to focus on treatments for this loving husband & daddy of these 3 sweet little girls.
Currently, Jonathan is having a CT scan and has an appointment with Moffit next week. They are looking into Palliative Care as he has been having really rough days. Jonathan hasn't been on chemo in two weeks, and is starting an oral chemo treatment soon. In his wife own words, "kind of our ‘end of the road’ with chemo if this doesn’t work. Prayers please as we figure out what’s best for him. Prayers for a miracle! Lord we need it soon!"
We at Kristina Conn Foundation (KCF) are asking our community to come together to help Jonathan & his family. Your donations are tax deductible (verify with your tax preparer) and 100% of the funds raised through this website will go directly to them.
We ask you to please keep their family in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.