Assist Army Veteran in Fight Against Lymphoma



Daniel Hartley, 31, of Canfield, Ohio, was unexpectedly diagnosed with stage 4 non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma on Feb. 24th, 2018. He is the father of 5 children (Ariela 9, Leandra 7, Kalea 6, Jayden 4, Savannah 2) and has been married to his high school sweetheart, Joanna for 10 years.

Doctors determined that the cancer has invaded various parts of his body after discovering several lumps. The majority of the cancer was found in his lymph nodes, bones and lungs. He was recently admitted to the hospital for continued testing, and his initial 5-day chemo treatment is scheduled for Friday, March 2nd. He will be hospitalized throughout his fight of the disease.

Daniel served our country faithfully as an Army Ranger for 8 years, he was then honorably discharged in 2011. While enlisted, he was stationed in Iraq for 16 months, his deployment overseas required him to be gone during the first year of his marriage and the birth of his first born daughter.

Since his time in the Army, Daniel has pursued a career in trucking and has been the sole provider of the Hartley family. Sadly, his cancerous condition will not allow him to continue working; this is where the Hartley family needs your financial support. Joanna, his wife, is a talented stay-at-home mother, devoting her time to raising their children to be strong and courageous like their father. Unfortunately, Joanna also has a medical condition that prohibits her from working outside of the home.

May God Bless the Hartley home!