The entire Isaacs family has been through tremendous heartbreak during the last several years, suffering the deaths of William’s father, grandfather, and other grandmother. William is struggling to rebuild a life without his father, brothers, and the childhood lake home he always knew. William now lives with his grandmother who is still grieving the death of her son. She is unable to drive and depends on William for transportation. She was hanging on to see him graduate and even took out a $3,000 loan to pay for his fire standards training.
William didn't have the heart to explain to his grandmother what was happening because she is psychologically and medically fragile, suffering from night terrors and PTSD from her long career in emergency medical services and her son's death. Losing her grandson to prison, the Isaacs family feels, would be more than she could take. If William is taken from her, they are afraid she will simply give up and stop taking the medication necessary to sustain her life. William deserves a chance to rebuild his life from all the tragedy he has experienced in just 21 years. His father is no longer here to lead him through this frightening legal battle.
Please help us raise money to save William's life. He will return the gift 1,000 times over in a fire service career just as his family before him.
- The Isaacs Family