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Bryce’s Story

Welcome to our CaringBridge website. We've created it to keep friends and family updated about our loved one, Bryce Saldi.  Get started by reading the introduction to our website, My Story.

Visit often to read the latest journal entries, visit the photo gallery, and write us a note in our guestbook.



Dear Friends: 

As many of you know, Bryce Saldi had a very serious skateboarding accident on July 3rd.  Bryce was visiting a close friend in the Los Angeles area for the July 4th weekend.  He was  admitted to the ICU @ Loma Linda Medical Center in Southern California for two months in critical but stable condition. 

On September 3rd he was able to be flown back to Texas via air ambulance and was admitted into Baylor Hospital in Dallas.  He spent the next month and a half there until he was stable enough to move to Integra Rehab Hospital in Plano.  He is currently working toward getting admitted into a neuro rehab program.  

This website has been set-up to help with communication between the many friends and family of Bryce.  I know from speaking with the family that they all appreciate the calls, texts, emails and prayers.  This site will help you communicate with them and get updates as the family post journal entries on Bryce's condition. By signing the "Guestbook"  you will be able to post your thoughts of encouragement and prayers.

An account has been set up to help the family with expenses.  Please make donations on their behalf (John or Bre Saldi) at any Bank Of America - Acct. #24528-73961.  All Bank of America donations go straight to the family.  (Any donations made on the CaringBridge site goes to CaringBridge).

On behalf of the Saldi family, please continue to pray for Bryce!

Tanya Benoist


Latest Journal Update

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Great news to report...Bryce started talking! 

He just opened his mouth and said "NO" to a question instead of the usual hand signals and gestures. His next words were "I love you Mom". True JOY! His voice is soft and enunciation is a little weak but most of the words we can understand just fine. As you can imagine, the speech therapists are thrilled! It's so amazing to continue to see answered prayers and PROGRESS. 

Love, Bre