Keith Ullery Benefit Auction

The words of Darwin Ullery: “Our good friend Keith Ullery just had a fist sized tumor removed from his brain in Great Falls Montana. The financial burden now placed on Keith and his family are astronomical, both in insurance deductibles and living expenses that will be incured while he recovers. Keith and his family need our help and i am confident the cowboy community will rally to the cause once again. In the coming days we will be opening a trust fund where cash donations may be sent as well as running an online auction. If you have items to donate post a picture and a description on the group page and let the bidding begin Keith and his family thank all of you from the bottom of their hearts.”

He also added this morning: “Good morning folks, I would just like to remind everyone why we are doing this…….The quality of health care on the USA side of the 49th parallel is second to none make no mistake perhaps even the best in the world…….however it comes at a cost, and the cost of removing a brain tumor is likely higher than most of us pay for our homes, In Keiths case his private health insurance will cover 80% of the ticket, he will be off work while he heals and Lori needs to be at home caring for him. Folks we have people on here from all over the United States and Canada, most of us from the cowboy and rodeo community and we have a fallin soldier its up to us to make sure WE LEAVE NO MAN BEHIND.”

If you would like to donate an auction item or donate directly to the family you can find more information at the link below.!/home.php?sk=group_179100142127185&ap=1

I will post more information as it comes.




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1 Response

  1. alf gould

    Hi Keith,

    I am sorry to hear about your recent illness. My mother had a similar operation a number of years ago AND HAD A COMPLETE RECOVERY. You and your brothers were always hardworking guys who were not afraid of adversity. I remenber when you told me that you had secured a scholarship to a college in the US.
    I am pleased to hear that you made the most of your opporitunity. Good luck and you will be in my prayers.

    Alf Gould ( Your former High School Principal,not your old High School Principal)

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