Ade is one of the most wonderful people that has ever walked this earth. She is not only a wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, she is also selfless, strong, resilient, and has the mentality that she can take whatever the world has to offer. However, just recently, Ade started to lose some cognitive function and it progressed so fast that we had to get it checked out right away. Unfortunately, she was diagnosed with a 1.5 inch brain tumor near the center of her temporal lobe of her brain and it's growing at an aggressive rate and putting pressure on at least half her brain. It has also forced her to stop working and her wife, Sharon, is also retired. After extensive scans and appointments, she is finally scheduled for a very intensive brain surgery to remove the tumor on Friday February, 25th. Once the tumor is out, it will be biopsied to know if it is cancer. We are hope that once this tumor is removed that Ade can go back to her normal, spunky life and get back to the wonderful person she truly is! Recovery is a grueling 3-6 months at least. We hope that you can help in any way and help keep them afloat in these hard times especially when the outcome is so unknown at this point and medical bills are piling up.