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Thank you for visiting our website, and getting to know a little about Robbie and our foundation that we started to honor him and his memory. Please let us know that you visited! Sign our guestbook, and let us know if you would like to be added to our mailing list or email list, and include your address if you'd like. We love hearing from people who knew Robbie, and those who would didn't but would like to help us remember him by joining us to help save other young lives.

2008-09-27 Stacey Weid I am so sorry for your loss. I read about Robbie on the AA Huron site. I can't imagine what you have gone through. Thinking about your family on this sad anniversary. Stacey Weid
2008-08-20 Emily Brown I was saved by an AED monitor at the age of 35. I went into SCA during a car accident. I am now an authorized distributor for Philips Medical and I make it my life passion to spread the word and create awareness of SCA everyday of my life. AED's should be everywhere just like fire extinguishers! I know we can save lives by creating awareness. I am so proud of your organization. I am so sorry for your loss but you have really made a difference in the life of so many. I will be happy to help in anyway I can help you. Thank you! Emily Brown Judson Marketing Group www.defibtolive.com
2008-08-20 Emily Brown I was saved by an AED monitor at the age of 35. I went into SCA during a car accident. I am now an authorized distributor for Philips Medical and I make it my life passion to spread the word and create awareness of SCA everyday of my life. AED's should be everywhere just like fire extinguishers! I know we can save lives by creating awareness. I am so proud of your organization. I am so sorry for your loss but you have really made a difference in the life of so many. I will be happy to help in anyway I can help you. Thank you! Emily Brown Judson Marketing Group www.defibtolive.com
2008-07-01 Vanessa Orr It is good to know the work you are doing to educate and protect our young athletes through your pain and loss. My son Will Aubrey, a healthy 16 year old collapsed and died during football practice Aug. 1, 2007. It was extremely hot, and he went to get water @ break-helmet came off, and the 6'2" Junior Tight End fell-when theyrealized there was no pulse, they started CPR-later I found out the school had a defib-locked up in the school nurse's office. When I arrived, paramedics were working on him-no defib. Thank you for your work as we try to inform the public. Courtrooms have them--aren't school activities and medical personel needy to have one too?
2008-06-26 Heather Foster ...our John Wesley is forever 9 also...your site amazes me...we applaud you and use your site often as a guide for our own efforts...Robbie and John Wesley are both playing ball together...God Bless you and your family. Thank you for all you do! Heather Foster www.rememberjohnwesley.org
2008-06-19 David Schechter I am representing a day camp in Brooklyn. I have been an athlete all my life. Now my two sons are currentlly involved with sports one way or another. For twelve year s I was the physical educaton cluster and a strong belivere in having a AED available at all times. I have five stents in me and for the last six years I have been finde e. G-d forbid anythingee happens I hope a AED machine is at that location.
2008-06-09 Karen This is for Julie and everyone else. An EKG will not find all heart problems. My son has a whole in his heart and he has symptoms such as shortness of breath and no desire to exert himself in physical activity. At first they just listened to his heart with a stethoscopes and gave him an asthma test and said everything was normal and he was normal and I would not take that for an answer so they gave him an EKG and did not find anything wrong but he still had symptoms such as shortness of breath and no desire to exert himself in physical activity so I DEMANED another type of test and that is when gave him a test that shows an actual picture of his heart and that is when they finally found that he had patent foramen ovale (known as a whole in the heart). But they still told me that it was medically insignificant and that 1 in approximatley 4 people are born with this condition and they even said that the symptoms he had were part of his personality!. I did more research and found that it IS significant as at any given time he might have less oxygen than normal circulating in his blood (which would explain shortness of breath NOT personality), it can grow in size, he is more prone to stroke especially starting in middle age. So always look for signs and symptoms and listen to your own inner voice.
2008-06-09 Linda I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your son, but applaud your foundation and reaching out to help others. Our 7 year old grandson suffered cardiac arrest 2-1/2 months ago. His fast acting mother started CPR and his father contacted his employer, the local fire department, who sent their Advanced Life Support Team. They arrived under 2 minutes, shocking him 3 times to save his life. He was diagnosed with Long QT Syndrome, which they have found in his father's family. The American Heart Association recently suggested EKG's for all children starting and on ADHD medications. There is a long list of medications that can put your risk factors high (stimulants, allergy drugs, etc) for cardiac arrest. Our lucky boy now has a defibrillator/pacemaker and the family has a portable AED, which may be able to not only save our family members, but anyone around them at sporting events, etc. We witnessed a miracle in his recovery and know how lucky we are. You truly are heroes.
2008-06-09 Julie G. To the Levine Family: I heard of your story on the news and thought..."Oh my God, what an awful tragedy." Having two children, one boy and one girl, I can't even imagine losing one of them. My son, Chuckie, has played baseball since the age of 5 and is now 13. I am behind the Levine family when it comes to having AEDs located at every baseball field that children/adults play on. Jill: You are an unbelievably strong woman, and you turning this tragedy into something like this, is heartfelt. I wish you all the success on accomplishing your goal, and I will keep you and your family in my prayers. You are truly an inspiration to us all. God Bless You! Julie G.
2008-06-09 Jennifer What a BEAUTIFUL!!! BOY!!! I am so very sorry you are without him on this earth. I also lost my precious daughter Amberli to sudden cardiac arrest two months after yourRobbie. I so agree with you that the need for awarness is huge. I am a respiratory therapist in critical care and see this daily. I will be donating to your foundation soon. Contact me if you feel like talking about our children. Bless you and as my Amberli always said....love,love,love

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