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title=”( Source: Facebook/Arizona Veterans Online forum)” border=” 0″ width=” 180″/ > (Source: Facebook/Arizona Veterans Forum). NEW BRAUNFELS, TX (MEREDITH)– An Army veteran in Texas has a final request: He desires texts, from anyone who will send them.
Lee Hernandez, 47, is suffering from an unidentified illness that is making his body deteriorate. He has actually currently undergone three brain surgeries. He’s presently residing in hospice care at his home in New Braunfels.
Hernandez’s spouse, Ernestine Hernandez, informed the Arizona Republic all he wishes to do is talk with people. He remains in intense pain, but he still asks his better half to hang on to his phone “in case somebody calls.”
However the phone didn’t ring. Ernestine took matters into her own hands, contacting a support system to assist drum up some call. She got some help from a member of an Arizona veterans group on Facebook, Michelle Fawbush, whose July 11 post struck a chord with the neighborhood.
Ever since Fawbush’s Facebook post, Hernandez’s phone has actually been sounding nonstop, Fawbush informed the Arizona Republic. The volume of calls has actually forced Ernestine to request people just text and not call.
Hernandez served 18 years in the United States Army with a trip in Iraq. If you wish to talk with Lee Hernandez, you can text -LRB-210-RRB- 632-6778. Hernandez is blind, however text are welcome, and Ernestine will read them to him.