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    The Need

    On December 12, 2020 David Holscher was diagnosed with COVID-19. On December 19th he was admitted to the hospital and put on high flow oxygen as he experienced multiple symptoms of the virus. Unfortunately, on the night of Christmas Eve he was told he had developed a large blood clot in his leg and required emergency surgery. Following the procedure, David was placed in the ICU on a ventilator and remained in the hospital for a month. He was discharged home, and hoped that his leg would continue to heal. By March of 2021 David was hospitalized again for an arterial bleed in his leg, which ended up rupturing and compromising the circulation. David’s right leg did not recover, and it required amputation above his knee on March 19th. David found himself in the hospital again for another month after contracting a bad infection following the amputation. Eventually, David was discharged to rehab to begin the process of receiving a prosthetic and learning how to walk again. It will be a long and difficult process to recover, but he notes that he can’t thank his team of doctors enough for saving his life and being so kind and supporting his family during his multiple procedures. We want to help! Please consider a shirt purchase to assist David in his recovery.

    The Artist

    Carl Cordes is a graphic designer specializing in sports logo design. Raised in East Aurora, NY, Carl lives in Buffalo with his beautiful wife Kara, teaches in the West Seneca School District, & creates designs for pro wrestlers via his boutique agency "Studio Lucha."

    You can find examples of his work at:

    dribbble.com/studiolucha
    instagram.com/studiolucha716

     

    The Sponsor

    West-Herr Auto, sponsor

    Valu Home Centers has been proudly serving the do-it-yourselfer since 1968. With 41 stores and nearly 900 employees in Western and Central New York, and Northwestern Pennsylvania, Valu provides its customers with the perfect alternative to the large, warehouse home improvement stores.