John Herndon

$13,060 of $15k goal

Raised by 112 people in 3 days
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Hebah Faraj  DETROIT, MI
Last night, we lost John Herndon to an unexpected cardiac failure. John, son of Debby Herndon, was one of the top players on the wheelchair basketball team for SMSU in Minnesota. I am reaching out to you with the hopes that we can help ease the pain that family is going through right now. We are hoping to raise enough to help cover the expenses of the funeral and any other costs that may incur during this time. Any amount of donation will help and be greatly appreciated.
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$13,060 of $15k goal

Raised by 112 people in 3 days
Created February 15, 2017
$250
Rob Egan
8 hours ago
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On behalf of American Collegiate Society for Adapted Athletics, I wish to extend deepest sympathies to the Herndon family on John's passing. I was fortunate to know him and I am grateful for wheelchair basketball allowing our paths to cross.

$100
Spencer Carver
13 hours ago
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AB
$50
Ayyah Bittar
15 hours ago
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KM
$50
Kerrie Macudzinski
17 hours ago
$20
Anonymous
20 hours ago
RH
$150
Rick Harvie
23 hours ago
SA
$100
Steve & Brenda Aldrich
1 day ago
JP
$25
Johan Papa
1 day ago
$50
Theresa D Amico
1 day ago
TC
$100
travis campbell
1 day ago

I will keep your family in my prayers!

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