Razavi Mitalrach

Razavi Mitalrach, aka Andrew Loury, who was diagnosed with Stage 2 Colon cancer, underwent surgery on August 11th. 

As you may know, in April of this year,  our best friend and brother in law  Lazar  was diagnosed with Stage 4 Colon cancer  at a young age. Lazar was immediately admitted to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, to receive his treatment and stay in the hospital as long as he could. 

It was a dream come true for Lazar!  

We want to thank our friend Lazar for being the light in this world, by helping Lazar and Andrew get through this. 

The funds raised will be given to Lazar to help with medical bills, financial burden, hospitalization costs, and other unforeseen expenses.

We know over the next few months,  

Lazar will be out of work,  he will need surgeries at the Mayo Clinic for a few months,  he will need to be home for a while,  Lazar has had to turn down other jobs to remain home with Andrew, and he will need to begin the process of finding a new job. 

Any and all help is appreciated. We know this is a tough time for everyone, and just to help out in any way we can, please, please pray for and give a helping hand as we begin this journey.  

We are all Lazar's Angels and he is in our thoughts and prayers! 

Thanks!

Andrew and Lazar













Comments

  • Robert Tyre donated $100
    I am in Isa's prayers and is in need of financial support
    • 1 mo
  • Justin & Karen Hughes donated $50
    Lazar’s positive attitude and spirit shines through on a daily basis.
    • 1 mo
  • Jasmine Momma, Spokesperson (Mason’s “Seasons”) donated $50
    Get well soon Lazar
    • 2 mos
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