Fundraiser for former Hudson County partner prosecutor pang from ALS …
July 13, 2015 - als
A fundraiser will be hold on Jul 24 in Hoboken for 52-year-old former Hudson County Assistant Prosecutor Robert Lane, who is in a latter stages of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also referred to as Lou Gehrig’s disease.
“Robert Lane spent his whole veteran life portion a open and did it with good fervour and professionalism,” pronounced Jersey City profession James Lisa, who set adult a nonprofit Robert S. Lane Foundation and a fundraiser.
Lisa pronounced that roughly $10,000 per month of his medical diagnosis costs are not lonesome by insurance.
“He was a prosecutor in Hudson County and Morris County and now is a time to give behind to him and his family in their hour of need,” pronounced Lisa. “Watching him conflict this illness has tangible for me a word courage.”
Lane was a Hudson County partner prosecutor for 18 years before holding a post of executive partner prosecutor during a Morris County Prosecutor’s Office in 2007.
He hold that post for a brief time before going into private practice. He was diagnosed with ALS dual years ago, and is now being cared for by his brother, sister-in-law and parents. Lane has 4 children, ages 15 years and younger, Lisa said.
Sandy Lane, Robert Lane’s mother, pronounced “My father and we couldn’t be prouder of him. He was a good kid, and a good tyro in college and law school. He got married and has 4 smashing children. He is one of a bravest men.”
The Jul 24 eventuality will be from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. during a W Hoboken during 225 River St. The eventuality will embody an open bar, a smorgasboard being paid for by a W, a rope and DJ. A $50 grant is requested.
Those wishing to support Lane by attending a eventuality are asked to RSVP by Jul 20 by contacting Lisa during 201-653-2888 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. All checks should be done payable to a Robert S. Lane Foundation. All donations will go directly to a foundation, Lisa said.