Texas veteran's dying wish is for you to give him a call

Texas veteran's dying wish is for you to give him a call

Texas veteran's dying wish is for you to give him a call

A veteran now in hospice care has one dying wish - to talk to you.

Hernandez has continuous strokes that have taken away his vision and impaired his cognitive abilities. All his doctors can do to help is make him more comfortable in hospice care. Hernandez's speech is failing and he can no longer see.

According to a Facebook post, Lee Hernandez asked his wife recently to hold his phone for him in case he got any phone calls. He then told his wife, "I guess no one wants to talk to me".

Lee reportedly has received a ton of calls, many from veterans and people who want to let him know that he's not alone in his suffering, and that a lot of people are praying for him. The Facebook post garnered hundreds of reactions, with many promising to call, text or send Lee a card in the mail.

And even though Lee Hernandez is in a tough spot, Ernestine said that he's "beaten the odds and his strong will keeps him going".

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Lee is an 18½-year Army veteran who served a tour in Iraq. "They are an excellent support group of wives and ladies who know the struggles of what we go through", Ernestine said.

The 47-year-old veteran has been fighting this inexplicable illness for five years, but he hit "rock bottom" about a year ago.

Hernandez's final wish is to receive phone calls from people all across the country, the Arizona Republic reported. The best hours to reach him are in the early evening hours (Central Daylight Time), because that's when he is most alert.

Ernestine suggests those who want to call or text should do so between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.

Ernestine took matters into her own hands, contacting a support group to help drum up some phone calls. She says she will continue to give him the best life she can offer. "The experience is very painful, but I wouldn't have it any other way".

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