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Team Jordan

Paul Catalano

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This year I’m running my 4th 24. This time I run for Jordan a little guy that’s had some significant obstacles to overcome. I’m also running for over 250 other children from right here In north east Ohio battling life threatening illnesses.

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Steve Kepes
Joelle Spoerke
Gregg Turk
Anna Pasalic
From Gordona, Lana, Kaja, Shital, Ljubica, Bozica.
Chadd Corsaro
Keep moving forward buddy!
Frank Szekely
Jerry Virgo
Julie Novak
Jennifer Varhola
Lori Watson
Megan Williams
Good luck and ill pop in to run a couple miles with everyone ❤️
Robin Jones
Jackie Wyman
If I were there, I'd still beat you in the famous first mile throwdown. Have a blast and eat all the ice cream!
Michael Sosic
Mike Meyers
James Scardeletti
Sheila Drew
joann fransko
John DiBaggio
Good Luck on your Run Paul! You and All the Runners are Very Special People! God Bles you All and the Children that you are doing this run for. 👍🤝❤️🙏🙏❤️🤝👍
Cyndi Hendlet
You got this Paul! I'll be running with you guys in spirit!
Alyssa Catalano
Proud of you for taking on this challenge for another year, sad I won’t be holding that flag crossing the finish line with you but will be in the stands instead!
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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 ...