The Emery Family

Ryan and Lucia have been fighting physically and mentally for the past 12 years.

Ryan was diagnosed with Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer shortly after his father, Joey, passed away in 2016. 

He is currently inpatient at Rush University Hospital in Chicago, Illinois, where he is receiving daily treatment to fight the tumor and any remaining lymph nodes.

Ryan is active and has helped his church in many ways, most recently during a recent emergency mission to Mexico. 

The Emery family loves their family, friends, and the community. They are behind the wheels of their six wheeler, providing transportation to and from the hospital, and helping kids with homework at their children's schools.

They are always looking for ways to give back to the community, including helping local charities and organizations.

Ryan is a loving father to Jacob (8), Riley (4), and Joseph (4), and a loving husband to Lucia (27). Their oldest child, Kailey (7), and their oldest child, Carlie (3), are the love of their lives.

They are hoping to provide financial support for the Emery family while they are attempting chemotherapy treatment. 

Josie and Joey were both their own fundraisers, and the funds raised during this time will be used to support the Emery's during their time of treatment. 

It is absolutely heartbreaking to watch.

While you can't give much money, you can help! 

Please help the Emery family by donating - any amount helps!

Please send your prayers and love to the Emery family.

Thank you!

Image Credit: Ryan Emery



Comments

  • Malcolm Nance donated $50
    Joey, we are all praying for you! Rock on Brother! ❤️’❤️
    • 4 mos
  • Anthony Cannatello donated $10
    Ryan, We are praying for you Julian!
    • 4 mos
  • Carissa Pearce donated $50
    Praying hard for you!
    • 4 mos
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