We are heartbroken to share the devastating news about our ninth-grade RoboRams member, Jason Gentry Jr. In December 2022, Jason was diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer and underwent two surgeries to remove a tumor at Devos Children's Hospital. Despite being in a coma for the past twelve weeks, he showed signs of improvement each day. Jason passed on February 28, 2023.
Jason was so eager to be a part of the RoboRams and was an active member since joining. He even helped his father, a second-grade teacher, to form a Lego Robotics team for third graders at Sycamore Elementary.
Our initial goal was to bring a smile to Jason Jr.'s face by surprising him with a 3D printer, a tool that he was eager to use for his passion for engineering and creativity. We kindly requested your support to raise funds that would ease the financial burden on his family during difficult times.
Jason Randall Gentry Jr.
August 13, 2008 - February 28, 2023
Please keep his family in your thoughts and prayers. Your support means so much to us. Thank you.
Your donation will be received and processed through the Holt Community Foundation, and any donation will help make an impact. Thanks in advance for your contribution to this cause which means so much to me. The Holt Community Foundation unites individuals and groups who seek to improve the social environment for all who live, work, learn, and play in our community. Our supporters will conduct charitable activities built on the pillars of equity, inclusion, and enrichment. We will engage community members in the benevolent and generous mission to promote the welfare of others.
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- Kelly Mullen
- Pamela(Mackenzie's Grandma) Hugger
- Autumn Wright
- Sheila Dunnigan
- Danny Chapman II
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Holt Community Foundation
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Raised $110 from 4 donations
Raised $25 from 1 donation
This team raised $739 from 20 other donations.