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Becki Cusimano
Becki Cusimano

Jack and family--I was thinking of you (again) this weekend and made a mental note to check for updates.  Was glad to see one in my emailbox this morning. I am sooooo glad you are home and through the "busiest" part of the trial.  Now, to try for a little normalcy (in your family, I'm not sure what that is!)  I pray that you continue to have very few side effects from the chemo.   As far as the latest "hiccup"--my family has had more than one scary experience with blood clots, so will definitely pray that it continues to shrink away.

I pray for courage, endurance, and faith for all of you--for wisdom and compassion in those involved in your treatment--for support for Team Jack, both financial and prayerfully.  The Husker nation, and really, the whole nation, is keeping you close in our hearts, Jack, and God--you KNOW He will NEVER leave your side.

Hugs and love from the Cusimanos in Iowa.  Go Big Red, and go Jack!!

nate birch
nate birch
Nathan Birch
Dear Jack and family- I wanted to say thanks for all the effort you all put into this last weekend.  

In May, I ran 26.2 in Lincoln for my daugher Claire who has Leukemia and we raised 11,000 dollars with that effort, which is a small portion of the efforts you all have given back.  

I ran the 13.1 for you and Claire on Sunday.  When ever I had pains or hurt I just thought of all the + energy you all gave out and put my head down and ran harder.  Attitude is altitude so keep the head down and run hard.   Here's to you and all the positive energy I'm sending back your way.

 
Margret Thorpe-Schultz
Margret Thorpe-Schultz

Jack, hope the trial treatment is going well.  Just think "when" this is successful for you, how much it will help other children.  As a long time Husker Fan, now living in Texas, it makes me proud to see how the Husker Family has come together to support you, your family and all those affected by this terrible disease.  Keep on smiling that beautiful smile.


HUSKER PROUD IN TEXAS!!

nate birch
nate birch
Nathan Birch
Dear Jack and family- I wanted to say thanks for all the effort you all put into this last weekend.  

In May, I ran 26.2 in Lincoln for my daugher Claire who has Leukemia and we raised 11,000 dollars with that effort, which is a small portion of the efforts you all have given back.  

I ran the 13.1 for you and Claire on Sunday.  When ever I had pains or hurt I just thought of all the + energy you all gave out and put my head down and ran harder.  Attitude is altitude so keep the head down and run hard.   Here's to you and all the positive energy I'm sending back your way.

 
Becki Cusimano
Becki Cusimano

Jack and family--I was thinking of you (again) this weekend and made a mental note to check for updates.  Was glad to see one in my emailbox this morning. I am sooooo glad you are home and through the "busiest" part of the trial.  Now, to try for a little normalcy (in your family, I'm not sure what that is!)  I pray that you continue to have very few side effects from the chemo.   As far as the latest "hiccup"--my family has had more than one scary experience with blood clots, so will definitely pray that it continues to shrink away.

I pray for courage, endurance, and faith for all of you--for wisdom and compassion in those involved in your treatment--for support for Team Jack, both financial and prayerfully.  The Husker nation, and really, the whole nation, is keeping you close in our hearts, Jack, and God--you KNOW He will NEVER leave your side.

Hugs and love from the Cusimanos in Iowa.  Go Big Red, and go Jack!!

Margret Thorpe-Schultz
Margret Thorpe-Schultz

Jack, hope the trial treatment is going well.  Just think "when" this is successful for you, how much it will help other children.  As a long time Husker Fan, now living in Texas, it makes me proud to see how the Husker Family has come together to support you, your family and all those affected by this terrible disease.  Keep on smiling that beautiful smile.


HUSKER PROUD IN TEXAS!!

Becki Cusimano
Becki Cusimano

Jack and family--I was thinking of you (again) this weekend and made a mental note to check for updates.  Was glad to see one in my emailbox this morning. I am sooooo glad you are home and through the "busiest" part of the trial.  Now, to try for a little normalcy (in your family, I'm not sure what that is!)  I pray that you continue to have very few side effects from the chemo.   As far as the latest "hiccup"--my family has had more than one scary experience with blood clots, so will definitely pray that it continues to shrink away.

I pray for courage, endurance, and faith for all of you--for wisdom and compassion in those involved in your treatment--for support for Team Jack, both financial and prayerfully.  The Husker nation, and really, the whole nation, is keeping you close in our hearts, Jack, and God--you KNOW He will NEVER leave your side.

Hugs and love from the Cusimanos in Iowa.  Go Big Red, and go Jack!!

Margret Thorpe-Schultz
Margret Thorpe-Schultz

Jack, hope the trial treatment is going well.  Just think "when" this is successful for you, how much it will help other children.  As a long time Husker Fan, now living in Texas, it makes me proud to see how the Husker Family has come together to support you, your family and all those affected by this terrible disease.  Keep on smiling that beautiful smile.


HUSKER PROUD IN TEXAS!!

nate birch
nate birch
Nathan Birch
Dear Jack and family- I wanted to say thanks for all the effort you all put into this last weekend.  

In May, I ran 26.2 in Lincoln for my daugher Claire who has Leukemia and we raised 11,000 dollars with that effort, which is a small portion of the efforts you all have given back.  

I ran the 13.1 for you and Claire on Sunday.  When ever I had pains or hurt I just thought of all the + energy you all gave out and put my head down and ran harder.  Attitude is altitude so keep the head down and run hard.   Here's to you and all the positive energy I'm sending back your way.