In Memory of Jeremiah Gantos

Jeremiah Gantos, a local husband and friend to many in the Las Vegas Valley, was taken from this world on October, 23, 2017, from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident. A loving husband, fierce friend, amazing son to mother Bonnie Schauperl, protective brother to his sister Anita and brothers Lawrence, Matthew and Curtis.  Jeremiah leaves behind his beautiful and loving wife Jessica and their family of four fur babies, Slinky, Timber, Canyon and Brandon.
    Jeremiah dedicated his life to saving the lives of others in the OR at Sunrise Hospital. He saved lives literally up until his last breath by being an organ donar and making one last sacriface to help others.  Now we need your help to help those left behind.
     Jessica his wife has always gone above and beyond whether it be training we humans to properly care for our own dogs or donating her time to the needs of those affected in the Valley with therapy dog teams. Jessica is always giving herself to those in need and being there to comfort the families of the fallen.  And now, it is time for us to help Jessica in her time of sorrow.
    We ask you to please donate and share this page so it reaches across the Valley for support. If only a small donation, know that it will help to cover the costs of the funeral and other expenses for the family of Jeremiah Gantos. Thank you in advance.

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    • $50 
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    • $50 
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    • $100 
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Organizer and beneficiary

Amie Teutsch 
Las Vegas, NV
Jessica Gantos 
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