Jamie Mardis Funeral Memorial

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On Sunday July 7, by brother Jamie Mardis went for a ride on a Dirt Bike around 8:30. He lost control on the side of the country road and ended up landing in the ditch after hitting a telephone pole. The ditch was deep and was covered in foliage and he couldn’t be seen from the road especially in the dark. My brother John found him the next morning and he was Air Cared to UC medical where he was in the Neuro ICU in critically stable condition. They believed he was going to pull through but would still have complications from the brain injury but that was ok as long as he would make it. Then Saturday night around 11:30 pm his brain after being stable all week started to swell more. They called us to the hospital at 3:17 am on Sunday morning and told us that there was nothing else they can do for him. We were still praying for a miracle but he passed at 2:08 pm on Sunday July 15th. Jamie was always a very caring person and we had no control over this outcome but have decided to donate his organs to others in hopes that he is able to save someone else’s life and a little part of him will continue to live on. He is not married but does have a son (Landon 7) who has lost his daddy and best friend. Landon was Jamie’s world and I can’t even imagine what he is feeling. He did not have any life insurance and this was something that was so unexpected that we were not prepared. If anyone would like to help donate it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you again for your continued thoughts and prayers ❤️❤️
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I just wanted to say thank you to everyone! The last thing I ever wanted or expected was to lose my baby brother and have to plan his funeral. It still doesn’t seem real to me. He lived across the road from me and walking in last night I heard something and automatically thought what is he yelling, then I remembered he wasn’t.
It’s so hard to find comfort but I’ve found a little. My brother had the biggest heart especially for anyone he loved or any animal (especially cats). I walked over to the house Sunday night and this scraggly little black kitten ran out and I had to laugh. It had to be the one that needed someone to care for it the most and well that would be my brother who took it in. He probably even let it sleep with him to make sure it was warm. My point being his heart was big so to maybe have a little silver lining in a terrible situation his organs were donated.
He passed on Sunday but they keep his body alive in hopes to save someone else. I got the official word that his his heart, liver, and both kidneys will go to four people in need. I cried so hard when I heard his heart was going to continue to beat inside of someone else. I felt his chest yesterday and closed my eyes before l left the hospital and felt it beating inside of him for the last time. Last night at 10pm he gave four more people the gift of life. Please pray for these recipients that they will continue to live a long life to its fullest ❤️❤️❤️❤️
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