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Christopher Mobley
Chris Mobley
Just read the story in Sports Illustrated that you graduated from the University of Georgia.  BIG congratulations!  I know you must have battled to achieve what you have.  You're about to learn what my Grandfather and Father always said, "Get your education, they can't take it away from you".  My degrees mean more and more as the years pass.  When I look at my ring, I call it "my championship ring".  If I don't do anything else, I did this.  You're going to take that journey.  Congratulations, best wishes, and Happy New Year.  Very proud of you.
Jamela Fordyce
Jamela Fordyce
Good Morning Johnathan!


I just can't get you off of my mind and keep you in my prayers every night.  I hope you're doing well and still on the road to recovery! 


Just keep in mind that there a lot of people out there still that have you in their thoughts and prayers!


Sincerely,


Jamela Fordyce (Tallahassee, FL)
Sandy Deiter
Sandy Deiter
Thanks for the update ! We continue to pray for you and have enjoyed wearing our JT baseball shirts! They remind us of how positive and hardworking you are..You inspire us..Study hard and hope to see you soon at Foley field..Go Dawgs ! Ted and Sandy Deiter (75-76 Baseball Dawg)

 
Ann Hutcherson
Ann Hutcherson
Hello Again, JT,


I am so pleased to learn of your continuing recovery and plans to resume your studies at UGA.  Education is so important to anyone's being the best person he or she can be and to leading a meaningful and successful life.  As so many of us have said, you are an inspiration to all of us.  Bulldog Nation is behind you 100% with our support as you continue to improve and thrive.  We will look forward to reports of your progress.


Ann
Catherine Bickley
Catherine Bickley
Great news!


Study hard.


Jonathan, I wrote you before. I broke C3,4 between my jr & sr year @ UGA. Have made a 95% recovery and compete in triathlons to this day. First semester back was tough due to lack of energy. I reduced my class load that first fall and made it through with good grades. A helpful hint, use a tape recorder for class to go back and review the professor's lecture and take time with studying. I listened to each lecture about 2-4 times to take it all in. You can do it, it's just tiring. Let us know if we can do anything else to help.


Dr. Catherine Bickley UGA '87
Christopher Mobley
Chris Mobley
Just read the story in Sports Illustrated that you graduated from the University of Georgia.  BIG congratulations!  I know you must have battled to achieve what you have.  You're about to learn what my Grandfather and Father always said, "Get your education, they can't take it away from you".  My degrees mean more and more as the years pass.  When I look at my ring, I call it "my championship ring".  If I don't do anything else, I did this.  You're going to take that journey.  Congratulations, best wishes, and Happy New Year.  Very proud of you.
Catherine Bickley
Catherine Bickley
Great news!


Study hard.


Jonathan, I wrote you before. I broke C3,4 between my jr & sr year @ UGA. Have made a 95% recovery and compete in triathlons to this day. First semester back was tough due to lack of energy. I reduced my class load that first fall and made it through with good grades. A helpful hint, use a tape recorder for class to go back and review the professor's lecture and take time with studying. I listened to each lecture about 2-4 times to take it all in. You can do it, it's just tiring. Let us know if we can do anything else to help.


Dr. Catherine Bickley UGA '87
Jamela Fordyce
Jamela Fordyce
Good Morning Johnathan!


I just can't get you off of my mind and keep you in my prayers every night.  I hope you're doing well and still on the road to recovery! 


Just keep in mind that there a lot of people out there still that have you in their thoughts and prayers!


Sincerely,


Jamela Fordyce (Tallahassee, FL)
Sandy Deiter
Sandy Deiter
Thanks for the update ! We continue to pray for you and have enjoyed wearing our JT baseball shirts! They remind us of how positive and hardworking you are..You inspire us..Study hard and hope to see you soon at Foley field..Go Dawgs ! Ted and Sandy Deiter (75-76 Baseball Dawg)

 
Ann Hutcherson
Ann Hutcherson
Hello Again, JT,


I am so pleased to learn of your continuing recovery and plans to resume your studies at UGA.  Education is so important to anyone's being the best person he or she can be and to leading a meaningful and successful life.  As so many of us have said, you are an inspiration to all of us.  Bulldog Nation is behind you 100% with our support as you continue to improve and thrive.  We will look forward to reports of your progress.


Ann
Christopher Mobley
Chris Mobley
Just read the story in Sports Illustrated that you graduated from the University of Georgia.  BIG congratulations!  I know you must have battled to achieve what you have.  You're about to learn what my Grandfather and Father always said, "Get your education, they can't take it away from you".  My degrees mean more and more as the years pass.  When I look at my ring, I call it "my championship ring".  If I don't do anything else, I did this.  You're going to take that journey.  Congratulations, best wishes, and Happy New Year.  Very proud of you.
Sandy Deiter
Sandy Deiter
Thanks for the update ! We continue to pray for you and have enjoyed wearing our JT baseball shirts! They remind us of how positive and hardworking you are..You inspire us..Study hard and hope to see you soon at Foley field..Go Dawgs ! Ted and Sandy Deiter (75-76 Baseball Dawg)

 
Ann Hutcherson
Ann Hutcherson
Hello Again, JT,


I am so pleased to learn of your continuing recovery and plans to resume your studies at UGA.  Education is so important to anyone's being the best person he or she can be and to leading a meaningful and successful life.  As so many of us have said, you are an inspiration to all of us.  Bulldog Nation is behind you 100% with our support as you continue to improve and thrive.  We will look forward to reports of your progress.


Ann
Jamela Fordyce
Jamela Fordyce
Good Morning Johnathan!


I just can't get you off of my mind and keep you in my prayers every night.  I hope you're doing well and still on the road to recovery! 


Just keep in mind that there a lot of people out there still that have you in their thoughts and prayers!


Sincerely,


Jamela Fordyce (Tallahassee, FL)
Catherine Bickley
Catherine Bickley
Great news!


Study hard.


Jonathan, I wrote you before. I broke C3,4 between my jr & sr year @ UGA. Have made a 95% recovery and compete in triathlons to this day. First semester back was tough due to lack of energy. I reduced my class load that first fall and made it through with good grades. A helpful hint, use a tape recorder for class to go back and review the professor's lecture and take time with studying. I listened to each lecture about 2-4 times to take it all in. You can do it, it's just tiring. Let us know if we can do anything else to help.


Dr. Catherine Bickley UGA '87