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Fort Worth Air Force vet who can’t access backyard will get a new deck thanks to Little Wishes

A myriad of health conditions forces Jack Randall to use a scooter. He hasn’t been able to access his backyard in years. Little Wishes stepped in to help.

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A shared love of baseball, wrestling, animals and each other are about the only things that come easy to Jack and Margaret Randall.

The rest of life is fraught with difficulties.

They’ve lost countless loved ones.

She’s battled cancer.

Jack has faced one health crisis after another.

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Jack and Margaret Randall

“I’ve watched him survive a heart attack, a stroke, a pulmonary embolism, two very bad infections and now I’m watching his kidneys slowly failing,” Margaret said of her husband of 12 years.

Jack is an Air Force veteran.

He relies on a scooter to get around which means his backyard is inaccessible.

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“We’ve had this house for seven and a half years. He’s only been out in the backyard twice,” Margaret said.

They have several dogs and cats and Jack can’t go out and watch them play.

Margaret nominated her husband for a Little Wish and the couple will receive a new deck surface for the yard, a gift card to cover the installation cost, and tickets to see WrestleMania in Dallas in April.

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Jack Randall

When Jack learned about the surprise, he was speechless.

“He’s shell-shocked and he’s crying,” Margaret said as her husband wiped away tears.

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“She’s my everything,” he said of his wife. “She takes care of me from morning to night. I’d be lost without her.”

Margaret said she feels the same way about him and that was the reason she contacted Little Wishes.

“I wish I could have done something for him on my own, but we just couldn’t afford it,” she said.

If someone in your life deserves a Little Wish, let us know.

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