In Memory of Jeremiah Jackson

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Raised by 58 people in 3 months
Jeremiah, our son, brother and friend, passed away Nov. 10 after battling the disease of addiction for several years. Jeremiah was one of the kindest, funniest, and most giving people and dedicated his life to helping others get into treatment.

He would share the story of his recovery journey at the drop of a hat if it meant that someone decided to take a chance at a new life. Jeremiah was an inspiration to everyone around him and we want to continue to honor him and the help that he brought countless others with the creation of a scholarship in his name. His mission in life was to help people suffering from this disease and it’s important for us to continue on in his memory.

Addiction knows no limits, and as the millions of people who suffer from this disease will tell you, this is a constant and lifelong battle. If there is anyone out there struggling, please reach out to someone. No family should have to lose a loved one to this disease.
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