Marty & Jodi Constantine
Silent Angels and ALB are teaming up to help a man robbed by MS of his freedom and his savings.
Marty is 55 years old and was diagnosed in 2002 with Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis and is in a wheel chair fulltime. Their need is for a “new to them” van and
At the time of his diagnosis, he worked as a 2nd Shift Supervisor at a steel processing center and amazingly this family owned business adapted the plant in order for him to continue to work. However, when the business was sold
Marty applied for Social Security Disability Income. He secured COBRA health care coverage for six months. Due to a missed cut-off date to apply for Medicare, he was withou
Jodi works a full time job as a Customer Service Representative and does cleaning jobs on the side. Their son David lives at home and is a car salesman. Their daughter Patty is a full time student at Akron Universit
The Constantine’s have never asked for help nor did they ask Silent Angels to write this note to you. Through friends of the Constantine’s we discovered the condition of their van. It is a 2001 Chrysler Minivan that was given to them by Oak Clinic for MS in 2009, which had 70,000 miles on it. They were very grateful. However, the van now is 13 years old with 117,000 miles and the body is rusting to where they had to put duct tape to hold one of the runners on the van after it fell off while Jodi was driving. The gas tank is rusting and can only be filled to a certain level before gas starts to pour out. The van is no longer safe to drive.
The Constantine’s are in need of a “Used” minivan. Additionally, they are not able to handle the $14,000 - $19,000 modification costs needed to make it accessible for Marty.
Please help by making a donation in care of Marty. Donations to Date - $23,915.00
Make a donation in care of Marty.
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1439 State Route 183 Atwater, Ohio 44201