My name is George Wm Pace Sr and I am a happy married man since December 25, 1983 (yes that is correct, On Christmas day @ 4 P.M. in the afternoon). I am 58 and my wife is 60 and she is completely bedrest and can not do any walking because she has no feelings in either one of her legs. She is on disability and I am also on disability and Forced Retirement. With us is her son/my step-son ( I also call him son as well). He is very helpful around the house when he is not having to go to work so he can stay on the food stamp program in our house. Everytime he has applied for a job, he has been turned down every time since he was 17 and was told he does not have any experience. To me HOW IS HE TO GET ANY EXPERIENCE IF NO ONE WILL GIVE HIM A CHANCE TO GET IT.
Also Some of my past experience has been bothering me lately and that is how my brother has treated me and also treated my sister. First in 1976 my brother stoled my id while I was taking a shower and I caught him with it at a store about 6 months later and that is when I found he had ran up bills to a total of $378,985.59 and I took him to court and lost and then in January of 2004 all of these companies called me at my home and told me not to pay any more on the bills because they found that the signature was not mine but his somehow. Also in 1980 and I did find this out until 2002 in January of that last year that he had emptied out my savings retirement account and I tried to take him to court but found out that it was 2 years past the statue of limitations to do that, I am out of a tot of $486,258.and some cents. Also when mom died of a rare case of cancer of the blood in 1993 or 1995 (I can not remember the exact year she passed away) he accussed my sister of killing her and doctors say it was not and is not true and the same thing happen to our dad in 1999 when he passed away. So as some of you can guess our credit is not in good shape because of my brother and my mind is starting to go crazy with the things that he has done not only to me but also to my sister and our families.
We need a lot of prayers and somehow I hope I can get some help in trying to find a van for my handicapped wife, who is bedrest and also confined to a wheelchair and I have to walk with a can and have to watch my chorlestrol and blood pressure and try to quit worrying so much about our finances which I cannot help. Also my wife has not see her dad in the last 4 years and this coming September 2008 he will turn 94 years of age.