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||Thank you for such a great class. I've taken CPR/AED classes in the past but this was by far the bast one yet. Kevin made the class more enjoyable to learn and gave it more meaning and easier to remember. Thank you for a job well done!
||First I would like to say that I never knew your son or herd of the foundation until a couple days ago. I am sorry to hear about your loss.
Next I would laike to thank you for all the work you are doing and the donations that are going out.
||You are doing such a great thing. Giving AED'S to children's sports teams/locations. God Bless You All.
||aww i feel so bad im josh's friend katie s.
||God Bless you. Your act of kindness will enable our children to play sports with a defillabrator on hand and if need be save a life. I pray for you and your family for your loss. This will be my first run to honor Robbie and I have asked all my friends to join me for this wonderful and worthy cause.
||Last night, 15 adult leaders from Sacred Heart's Boy Scout Troop 123 attended a CPR session sponsored by the Robbie Levine Foundation. We want to thank you and recognize Kevin O'Hara for an outstanding job as an instructor.
||Jill, What a wonderful person you are to take such a tragedy and turn it arround to educate and help others. I only wish I had more to give. Please keep educating people so children will enjoy sports and be safe.
||Joe DiChiara-Sachem Thunder
||Attended the 2011 NJBL Winter Meeting and wanted to say Thank you for your wonderful donation opportunities to help the kids who play in the NJBL.
||Another life taken in garfield Nj Friday night no AED available Thomas Adams catcher Garfield High School hit with full catchers gear
||hope this donation will help children & also my grandchildren