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Welcome to our CaringBridge site. We've created it to keep friends and family updated. We appreciate your support and words of hope and encouragement during this time when it matters most.


Tela Crane posted a new journal entry, "From Ian's Mom!".

 It is very hard to convey our thanks , our wonderment to you all- the gifts of your words healing, your thoughts, prayers, positive energy have been clearly supportive ... Read more

Richie Strong (Fellow TBI survivor and bike racer) signed Ian's Guestbook.

Hi Ian (and family),My name is Richie Strong.  My wife, Tawny, and I had the chance to meet you for the first time at the Marymoor Velodrome on Friday (Sept 12).  It ... Read more

Tela Crane posted a new journal entry, "Update from Ian!! (Saturday, September 13)".

Hey all, Ian here! I'm feeling very grateful, for many things obviously. First of all, the ability to type this. Secondly, I'd like to offer sincere thanks to everyone who ... Read more

Jim C signed Ian's Guestbook.

Hi IanWe are thinking of you and your family! I love the pic of you on the bike. You are an inspiration and we look forward to seeing you soon.  Read more

Tela Crane added a new photo.

Tela Crane posted a new journal entry, "Friday".

Quick update because I'm tired :) Ian was discharged from St Anthony Hospital this morning and we flew back to Seattle. He was checked into the University of Washington ... Read more

Kathleen, Richard and kids (host family Redlands, Ca) signed Ian's Guestbook.

Thinking of you as we just learned of your accident. So glad that you have made huge leaps and bounds in your recovery, Ian. Hoping to see you in Redlands next year. You ... Read more

Tela Crane posted a new journal entry, "Wednesday".

Ian keeps making big strides in his recovery, today was another great day. He entertained visitors (thanks for the visit Rhae and Kennett!), walked some more, wore a real ... Read more

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