Since July of 2018, Mandy has been unable to work or drive, staying mostly homebound with vertigo and mini seizures due to her current tentative diagnosis of CSF (cerebrospinal fluid) leak. She has been bedridden frequently since October 2018 with symptoms like debilitating head/neck pain, as the lining of her brain and upper spinal column swell. She is in need of surgery to recover. 

She is often dependent on her husband, Scot (Nederland native and NHS class of 1990), for care. Recently, more frequent and severe pain has made them intent on enjoying whatever pain-free time she is given. Mandy, Scot, and their children, Tuesdai and Colin, live in Nederland. Mandy is a devoted wife and mother who has contributed much of her time, talent, and money in serving various organizations & families in our local community. She and her family are resolved to seek out the light in the dark during this challenging time.

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Since July of 2018, Mandy has been unable to work or drive, staying mostly homebound with vertigo and mini seizures due to her current tentative diagnosis of CSF (cerebrospinal fluid) leak. She has been bedridden frequently since October 2018 with symptoms like debilitating head/neck pain, as the lining of her brain and upper spinal column swell. She is in need of surgery to recover. 

She is often dependent on her husband, Scot (Nederland native and NHS class of 1990), for care. Recently, more frequent and severe pain has made them intent on enjoying whatever pain-free time she is given. Mandy, Scot, and their children, Tuesdai and Colin, live in Nederland. Mandy is a devoted wife and mother who has contributed much of her time, talent, and money in serving various organizations & families in our local community. She and her family are resolved to seek out the light in the dark during this challenging time.