Diane Von Hoffman/Moondog FiFi needs your help

Nov 14, 2013 - by Steve Gerweck

via wrestlingnewscenter.blogspot.com:

Legendary female professional wrestler Diane Von Hoffman/Moondog FiFi needs your help! PLEASE DONATE!!!
We need help for Phyllis
to recover from critical surgery
with little to no income/insurance.
She now faces eviction!

legendary female professional wrestler
Moondog FiFi
“The Teutonic Terror”
Diane Von Hoffman
has battled a severe ongoing illness
and is in need
of YOUR help!

One day she’s studying for her finals
as part of her studies
to eventually graduate soon
from paralegal school.

The very day of the final
all things came crashing down
in early June 2013 for her.
She was rushed in,
nearly died
and eventually determined
to be a severe acute pancreatic attack.
She spent weeks on a respirator, etc.
then was initially sent home,
probably prematurely,
thinking things were good enough
to send her on.

Days later she’s back again
with severe infection.
She stayed in for a few more weeks
for several cycles
of this with little improvement
of her condition.

Finally in August
the doctors found an infected cyst
and felt best to operate to save her.
The infection turned out to be
the very dangerous e. Coli!
She bravely survived the risky surgery
with losing a rib,
part of her spleen,
part of her pancreas,
a temporary drainage on her back
as well as temporary colostomy,
which is to be reversed
in 6 months.

So she’s had a pretty rough go of things.
But now she faces
a new dangerous enemy……

This since reported social services
indicating no help coming financially until 2014!
Now she has NO INCOME or assistance
since she’s temporarily out of school,
little savings
and little hope to try,
and cover all the bills
coming in!

Family now is trying to help
but the bills are overwhelming for us.
So we are seeking funds to help
until extended care resources
can be set up for
and asking you to help
with that as a very kind gesture.

Thank you for your interest and support
and many blessings to you.
Anything will help
and we can even get you updates
in her recovery
and hopefully back to school
to complete her degree!

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