JANUARY – My mother is terminal, she died at the end of this year. Stockwell stalled knowing this information and hit me heavy using my loss and pain against me. You took my time away with my mother. District, AIMS, Eley and Stockwell
Ben was my rock. Present and constant. My mother was terminal diagnosed in 2012. My mother rented a room from her mother who was 90, blind, needed rides for dialysis 3 days a week. My mother paid to care for her mother. It was expected from me that I do the same. My son Ben took his life and placed it on hold to be our support from 2012 to 2014 to help care for my mom, my grandma, my cousin MaryJean and myself.
Tuesday, January 14 – Tiffany initiated a meeting with Dr. Freund to discuss the ongoing neglected care of Mary Jean Parvin. To inform all present MaryJean is not capable of caring for herself and non-compliant. Tiffany could not care for MaryJean and again pushed for hospice.
Present Dr Freund, Mary Jean Parvin and Ron Ebel; Tiffany’s dad. All agreed to work together. Doctor appointments must be kept. Tiffany was to be relieved of any responsibility for MaryJean.
MaryJean was not to be sent home anymore without having someone to fulfill all the needs to ensure a safe environment without Tiffany.
MaryJean, Ron and Tiffany asked Dr Freund about the neglected staph infection MRSA and C-dif. Both MaryJean and her sister Shirley were placed in isolation then released to the public repeatedly without informing our family how it transfers. Treated for the same diagnosis as MaryJean her sister had died. Treating toxic viruses and bacteria with antibiotics that were a synergist to the infections and were released back home.
Wrote a document to the EEOC and then left Melinda Tuazon a voicemail message to that effect.
Sunday, January 19 – Vickie Bridgewater and Tiffany attend church next to the Avena house at West Side.
Tuesday, January 21 – Tiffany met with Pastor Julie Sawyer for counseling and she recommended more intense counseling due to the intensity of the many traumas.
Tiffany spoke with Melinda Tuazon at the EEOC
Wednesday, January 22 – Called Grizz Waters and Tiffany met with her on January 23rd. Grizz Waters ran a Christian counseling service on W. Robinhood Drive, Stockton. The meeting probably occurred on Friday, January 24th. Praying to God for healing and strength.
Sunday, January 26 – Mary Jean Parvin is in the hospital and she is completely out of it. Sharon a social worker at Lodi Memorial Hospital says that Mary Jean is not mentally competent and she will call for palliative care.
Monday, January 27 – Tiffany called Mary Jean Parvin at the hospital, Room 262, and Mary Jean Parvin hangs up on her. Tiffany goes to see Mary Jean Parvin at the hospital and she was lucid (she’s back) and on five doses of antibiotics. Released sometime before the next day when Tiffany went to Sacramento.
Tuesday, January 28 – Attended the Eagles concert with Dana in Sacramento. Melanie stayed with Mary Jean Parvin and took her out to buy a birthday present for Tiffany’s dad.
Wednesday, January 30 – Dr. Freund requested physical therapy for Mary Jean Parvin from Elizabeth.
Thursday, January 31 – Mary Jean Parvin has an ultrasound scheduled at Lodi Memorial Hospital but she called them up and had it cancelled
My father came by the house to pick up a check mailed to MaryJean. He asked her if he could borrow against his inheritance and he would pay her the interest she would lose for withdrawing her mutual fund. They had made this agreement before she was admitted.
My dad stopped at the hospital to see MaryJean and left knowing she was being released home to me. My father picked up his check and left. He returned after the bank refused to cash it for him. I was the only signer on the account. I stopped everything I was doing and cashed his check. I then picked MaryJean up from Lodi Memorial not very happy about all the requirements made of me without my permission.