Written and Contributed
by Chasity Revisky
Hello, my name is Chasity Revisky, and I'm Kyle Lewsader's mother. Kyle is a 19 year old from Staunton that has a love for life; if you meet him you love him.
He is an aspiring music artist, a son, a brother, and a friend. On the morning of Oct 3rd I received the phone call that every parent never wants to receive.
Kyle was in a terrible car accident, and we needed to get to St Louis University as soon as possible. He was in critical condition with many injuries and had to go into surgery immediately.
We then found out he was in a car accident on the interstate and then got out of his car and was struck by another car.
He had a fractured pelvis, two broken ankles, a shattered humerus in the left arm, a severe wound that required de-gloving on the right forearm, a broken scapula, and artery, tendon, and nerve damage.
Kyle has several surgeries, rehabilitation, and physical therapy ahead of him. He's a fighter and has a lot of support from family and friends.
We are so blessed that God has allowed us to keep Kyle and extremely grateful that Fight the Fight considered him as a recipient.
We cannot wait to see what God has planned for Kyle thank you again for all the support it has been nothing short of amazing! God Bless!
Part 2: Kyle's Professional Background
Written and Contributed by Kevin Fuller
Kyle Lewsader is an ambitious and driven young man. He has always been one to blaze his own trail and make his own decisions even at a young age.
At just 19 years of age he has developed professional-caliber skills in the areas of graphic designing, photography and film, and most importantly and passionately, his music. Most of which, he taught himself while living in Germany for 3 years.
With all of his obvious skills and talents, there are no traits of his more evident than those he possesses as a person. He is caring, loyal, and extremely passionate about the things that he holds dear.
Though his music and other talents are a priority to him, nothing surpasses his love for his family and friends. He is a son, a brother, a grandson, a nephew, a friend, and above all a truly unique and outstanding person.
50% of the profit from all Fight the Fight purchases made from February 22nd, 2015 to March 14th, 2015 will be donated to Kyle to help cover his medical expenses.
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