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Team Jordan

Jennifer Berry

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It takes incredible strength to tackle cancer head-on and, unfortunately, it is something my family is all too familiar with. You feel helpless as someone on the outside, wondering what you can do to support or assist those facing the unimaginable. In 2019, my cousin, Logan, a vibrant and courageous three year old, was a wish kid for The 24 in 24. I was inspired by the runners who loved him unconditionally and ran in his name; I promised I would repay this kindness one day - I would become a runner to participate in this very race. Logan entered remission in 2019 and it is time for me to pay this kindness forward to another child.

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Erin B
Good luck to our favorite auntie Jen!
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Susanna McManus
"Just keep running!... Just keep running!" Best of luck, stay healthy Love, mommie and daddie
Gale Rempel
Dawn Gelsinger
Amanda and Mike Towne
Alicia Martin
Maple Health DPC
Run Jen run
Marilyn Berry
Go Jen!
Brian McManus
Go Jen, so proud of you!
Mike Berry
Go Jen!!
Sarah Poulson
You’ve got this, bestie - I’m so proud of you!!💕
Hallie Dreyer
You got this Jen! Proud of you!!
John Garofalo
Good Luck. We love you.
Mike and Jerri Warmuth
You’ve got this Jen
Darcie Warmuth
You got this Jen! We know you can do it! We are so proud of you for taking this on and helping Jordan’s wish come true!
Brenda Scinto
So excited for you to be able to participate!
Stephanie DiFranco
Crush it!!
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About Team Jordan

Jordan was born July 1st, 2017, with a very rare congenital heart defect called “Shone’s Complex.” Shone’s Complex accounts for less than 1% of all congenital heart diseases. The maternal fetal medicine specialist at the Cleveland Clinic discovered Jordan’s heart defect during the anatomy scan at 20 weeks gestation. From the time Jordan was born and even now, he is followed by Dr Zahka, a pediatric cardiologist. With Dr Zahka and Dr Najm’s excellent data and expertise on Jordan’s condition, Jordan had his first open heart surgery at just 6 days old for extensive aortic arch repair at the Cleveland ...