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Prayers for Patrick

Our Minnesota hockey community was stunned by the sudden passing of a fourteen-year-old hockey player last night. 

Patrick Schoonover, a resident of Eagan, Minn., and a Bantam player for the Eastview AA team collapsed during a tournament game yesterday around 4:30 p.m. He was unconscious and pronounced dead after paramedics and medical staff did everything they could to revive him. For more details, here's an article from the New York Daily News: http://nydn.us/1uyejfe

Our hearts are heavy and filled with grief. Although we don't personally know Patrick or his family, we feel a strong bond with them as we are all part of the strong hockey community, not only in the state of Minnesota, but worldwide. This community instantly supported us when Jack was injured, and it goes without saying that we are all there for the Schoonover family today and always. 

So, I write this post and ask for your prayers for Patrick and his family. Your prayers have propelled us to levels of strength that we didn't know we had. I'm confident they'll do the same for the Schoonover family and their community. 

Our deepest sympathy to Patrick's parents, Michael and Gayle, sisters Abby and Anna, and brother Matthew, family, friends, fellow teammates and coaches.

Our hearts are with you. 
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Natalie Marhauer
By Natalie
Praying!
John R Huff Jr
By John R Huff Jr
Prayers offered. Thanks.
Lana Bladow
By Lana Bladow
Sending prayers for the family.
C J Cord
By C J Cord
I hit the heart button in error and am very sorry it happened. I tried to remove it. As a Christian I would never agree with what anonymous posted and I totally agree that that type of post should not be on any Caring Bridge site. I am truly sorry about the mistake I made. I have been supportive of Jack and several others who have Caring Bridge sites.
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nancy shaver
By Nancy Lee Shaver
Yes, I did see that in the paper and on tv,..and just wonder how you would deal with that as a parent...may God give them the strength to get through this devastating experience and tragedy and know that many people are lifting the family up in prayer. May God bless YOU also for putting this on Jack's Caring Bridge. You are a special lady. In His love, Nancy
Tracey Hewison
By Tracey Hewison
Thoughts and prayers for the Schoonover family during this incredibly difficult time from your fellow hockey community in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. We are with you in spirit and are deeply saddened to hear of this huge loss.
Kathleen Bennett
By Kathleen Bennett
So very tragic for the Schoonover family and all of the hockey community.
Thoughts and PRAYERS.
Barb Schmank
By Barb Schmank
Prayers for Patrick & his family, thank you for posting.
Beth Schaffer
By Beth Schaffer
Leslie, I am so glad that you posted this. It is just so heartbreaking. Bringing together a community of people to pray for this young boy and his family is so important. Prayers and hugs for Patrick and his family, are coming their way. God Bless.
marilyn bergagnini
By marilyn bergagnini
MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY FOR THE FAMILY OF PATRICK.............GOD BLESS THEM ALL
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