US$15,977raised of $50,000.00 goal goal
Please help cover his crushing medical and recovery expenses following his pneumonia, congestive heart failure, and hemothorax that began in Germany. He has been in hospitals and rehabilitation facilities since October 20th. Happily, Al is now firmly on the road to a full recovery at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston's North End.
However, because he was too ill to complete his Fall European teaching and workshop tour he lost a significant portion of his annual income which is all he has to rely on. Thus, the combination of the medical bills he faces and loss of income needed to cover basic living costs makes this a painfully challenging time. Anything you can offer to help him get back on his feet and back to a happy and productive life would be immensely useful.
Thank you for your kindness and generosity!
PS: If you would prefer to send a check, please make it out to Albert Pesso and send it c/o Tana Pesso, 51 Main St., Rockport, MA 01966.
- Tana Pesso
- Campaign Owner
The Sad Day Has ComeUpdate posted by Tana Pesso at 04:04 pm
Dear friends, It is with profound sadness that I inform you on behalf of my sisters that our beloved father, Al Pesso, died suddenly on May 19th after a long illness and seven months hospitalization. There will be a joint memorial service for both our mother and father in Cambridge,. . . . .
Retirement AnnouncementUpdate posted by Tana Pesso at 12:56 am
Dear friends, colleagues, and clients,I am writing today to announce my retirement as a therapist and teacher. As many of you know, for the past five months I have been battling a series of health challenges including hemothorax, many rounds of pneumonia, congestive heart failure, endocarditis, arrhythmia, blood infections, anemia,. . . . .
Health Update: Good News!Update posted by Tana Pesso at 03:37 am
My dear friends and colleagues, Thank you so very much for all your kind messages, wishes, and prayers and for your wonderful generosity over the past 4 months while I was in the hospital and rehabilitation center recovering from hemothorax, several bouts of pneumonia, arrhythmia, congestive heart failure, endocarditis, and. . . . .