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Support Sought For Beloved Community Member

By Iyanna Cavicchio

To the Editor:

My mother, Tawanda Cavicchio, of Whitesboro, a vibrant 45-year-old woman and lifelong member of our community, is currently facing a severe health crisis. Recently, she was admitted to the hospital due to a ruptured aortic artery, leading to over four open heart surgeries within 48 hours. The complications have extended to kidney failure, necessitating dialysis. Although she is currently in stable condition, her journey to recovery will be long and challenging.

Upon her return home, my mother will require extensive care, including physical therapy, rehabilitation, and mental health counseling. As a mother, daughter, caregiver, aunt, cousin and friend to many, her journey towards recovery is not just an individual battle but a community concern.

In an effort to support her during this difficult time, I have initiated a GoFundMe campaign, https://gofund.me/977e7830, to help cover the costs associated with her recovery.

My mother has been a lifelong member of this community, and her ties run deep. Our entire family has grown up and lived here for generations. The support of our community has always been a source of strength for us, and we believe that by coming together, we can provide the necessary aid to help her rebuild her life.

IYANNA CAVICCHIO

Fairless Hills, Pa.

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