Hello everyone! So here is the breakdown of whats going on. My name is Doug Miller, and my wife and I are trying to raise money for her Grandparents. Last week her grandfather was taken by ambulance to the hospital with stroke like symptoms. His daughter Tammie Hayes quickly called 911 and rushed to the hospital to check on his condition. She requested he be transfered to another facility. In Big Bear California the hospital is not really suited for treating stroke patients. Tammy promptly requested a transfer to a higher quality facility, better suited to help with patients showing stroke. The hospital delayed saying that he was not showing signs to prompt a transfer. Needless to say the signs were obvious, even to the nursing staff at the hospital that his condition was on the decline. His face started to droop on the lefthand side and he complained of numbness in his face. Finally, the hospital decided to give him the transfer, a day and a half after being admitted. Stroke victoms have a very short period of time before the damage can become perminate. By the time he got down to a better quality hospital and had an MRI, the doctors confirmed it was indeed a stroke. A little bit of background on Frank Hayes, He is his wife, Sue Hayes in-home care provider. She suffered a stroke several years ago and lost her mobility. We have been helping take care of her while her husband is in the hospital with everything we can, from meals to good company. With Franks stroke he is now in a rehabilitation facility to help him regain and cope with the dammage that the stroke caused. His vision, equalibrium, and basic motor skills have been compromised making it impossible for him to work and help take care of Sue. To make matters more complicated, we have until May 30th to come up with 25,000 to help save their home. San Bernardino County is forcing a tax lein forclousre which will go happen unless the property taxes are paid. So here is the goal! We are trying to raise money to save their home, as well has help cover the cost of there medical bills. Other things that it will go towards will include getting his truck repaired so we can help transport them around and keeping utilities turned on. Frank is one of the stronges people I know. He has an amazing sense of humor, and lived a very active lifestyle until this happened. He loved to go off-roading,volunteer with the U.S Forestry Service, spend time with his grandkids and great grandkids. (my daughters) and work on his jeep. Hopefully with his rehabilitation he will be able to not only help take care of his loving wife, but be able to do what he loves again. From Blazing the trails in his jeep, to spending time with the rest of his family. Any donation is a huge help. And if you have read this far, Thank you for taking the time. Please keep our family in your thoughts and prayers. (good vibes welcome too) Sincerly, Douglas Miller, Kayla Hayes, and Tammie Hayes.