I was a third generation employee at ExxonMobil Corporation with a combined service of 70+ years at the Baytown, Texas refinery. I personally worked for ExxonMobil Corporation for just short of 5 years. I had my first seizure at the age of 30 in the hospital a mere 12 hours after my first and only child was born. Following my paternity leave I returned to work and informed my supervisors of my situation and was sent home until I could receive further tests and treatment. After a plethora of tests I was released back to work with minimal restrictions. With my union representation behind me I tried to return to work and was denied. After 6 weeks of disability leave I was let go because they refused to accommodate for my newfound disability. They said there was nothing that I could do within the company, which was completely false. I have a Bachelor's Degree and did not have a single blemish on my company working record. I filed a complaint with the EEOC and was informed that they would not fight for me either. I could not afford to sue them. I lost my career, pension and everything I had worked so hard to achieve. I have not and will never use another ExxonMobil product again in my life and I hope if you support individuals with epilepsy you will also refrain from doing so.