Some of you may remember Larry’s story from last Christmas. This 911 dispatcher called for help and 1st Class Medical answered. Larry’s insurance company had given him a portable oxygen concentrator to use but then said they had sent it in error and demanded that he send it back. Without a portable unit to use, Larry would likely have had to quit his job and, as a single dad, wasn’t sure how he would support his son. In order for Larry to continue the important job he does, we provided him with a stationary, AirSep Visionaire to use while at work and a SeQual Eclipse to use when he was on the go.
We periodically like to reach out to our patients for an update and sent an email to Larry a couple of weeks ago. I don’t think I can say it any better than Larry himself, so one year later, here’s Larry’s update:
Hi and Merry Christmas to you!
Well a lot has happened in the last 12 months and I can honestly say it has had a lot to do with the generosity of 1st Class Medical. I am still working! I have been able to keep my job and have even gotten a couple of certificates of appreciation and a 7% raise. I have attached a photo of myself with my headset on here tonight. I have also become engaged to the love of my life Eileen. We hope to get married next September 6. But the best news that I can thank 1st Class Medical for is that since I have been able to get out and about more, I have lost nearly 100 lbs!! I have dropped from a 7X shirt to a 3X and from a size 62 waist to a 52! Everyone says I look great and my A1C has come down by 2 points. I have also had to get all new clothes. I love it though.
It is all thanks to your company's generosity for getting me my freedom back. I would love to provide a Christmas photo, but I am working so much that I haven't even thought about decorating yet. Again THANK YOU! You have given me my life back!!
Larry L. Peel
Here at 1st Class Medical, we couldn’t ask for a better Christmas present than that! Happy Holidays and wishing you all a very happy and prosperous 2016.
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