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2008-06-06 Karen My son also loves to play baseball, and is 9 years old. I am truly sorry for your loss, and want you to know that this opened my eyes to the need for these devices at all playing fields. I will definately address this with our local league, as well as, training in use of the device and CPR training for coaches and staff.
2008-06-06 Darlene Villafane Reading your story on CNN has opened my eyes and flushed my face with tears as I myself have a 9 year old boy who believes family and baseball are his life. I can not imagine the unbearable pain you bear. Your work inspires me. I commend you on your strength to carry on the Forever ( foundation. I will be seeking out an AED at the next practice(whether it is baseball, football or cheerleading). Thank you for sharing your story and opening peoples eyes. God bless you and your family. God bless Robbie...
2008-06-06 Lisa I have a 9yr old son that plays in little league, third year..he complained of being out of breath due to running..after reading your story...this truly brought tears. I dont think our league has such a device. but i will check and if they dont i will recommend it.I am truly sorry for your loss. Robbie is so handsome. He is in a safe place now.
2008-06-06 Lisa I have a 9yr old son that plays in little league, third year..he complained of being out of breath due to running..after reading your story...this truly brought tears. I dont think our league has such a device. but i will check and if they dont i will recommend it.I am truly sorry for your loss. Robbie is so handsome. He is in a safe place now.
2008-06-06 Jessica, Ottawa Canada congratulations and please continue this wonderful work - what a way to honor your son. My son is 7 and in his third year of little league - I have to say, people are talking more and more about defibrillators. We have one in our local community centre that houses hockey rinks and pools, now it's time to convince the board that baseball needs them too! My prayers are with you, your family and little Robbie.
2008-06-06 Jessica Schmalfuss Jill you are an inspiration to all. Keep up the wonderful work that you do. I have forwarded this to all I know in a few different states to spread the word! As we speak, the entire Virginia Beach school system is getting your message! Always sending my love for your family.
2008-06-06 Jeanie I want to tell you how deeply sorry I am for your lose. I just read about this on CNN, it brought me to tears. I have a 7 year old daughter that plays little league and your story got me to think that wee need to have a life saving device on the field. We are from a very small town that only has 3 little fields to play on. And we really need to think about getting one of these on the field. I am going to speak to the President of our Little League (that so happens to be my uncle) and bring his awareness to this need. You never know when you will need one of these. Thank you again for bringing this to our attention. I will definetly spread the word about your foundation. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
2008-06-06 Leslie I want to commend you on your hard work in saving lives. Your son, Robbie, is a beautiful boy. His spirit lives on through your dedication in preventing tragedies to others, especially children. Best wishes to your foundation's future endeavors.
2008-06-06 Susan Gold I am so deeply sorry for your loss. I have two sons and a daughter and am so in awe of your strength during such a tragic time. Please accept my donation to your foundation so as to remind you that your story is in the minds and hearts of others and our best hopes and wishes are with you.
2008-06-06 DL My deepest sympathies. As someone knowledgable in this field, I would like to add the following. In line with the chain of survival; where ever you place an AED, there should be a structured mandatory program in place where EVERYONE (teachers, age-appropriate students, janitors, parents etc) attends. They learn and refresh basis CPR skills, and you can structure a system like the Seattle model - on a smaller scale. In Seattle upward of 45% of the population, including school-aged kids, have had 1 or more CPR classes (including kids, age-appropriate). It's a way of raising awareness, informing the community, demystifying AEDs, and extending and solidifying your terrific program. RC optional programs are great, but not enough. It all comes bacck to $$.

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