Jared graduated from Clinton High School in 1988. He made his home in Beloit, WI where he and his wife Erin raised their two sons Jarin and Jaden. On December 2nd, while at work, in his office at ABC Supply Co., Jared exhibited apparent heart attack symptoms. He was rushed to Beloit Memorial Hospital where it was confirmed that he had an aortic dissection. He was med-flighted to Froedtert Hospital in Milwaukee where he had emergency surgery. The surgery itself was a success but they discovered he had also suffered a spinal stroke. He later developed complications from the aortic dissection subsequently developing a substantial wound and acute renal failure.. The spinal stroke has wreaked havoc on his body and on his life resulting in the loss of mobility to his legs. He has been in the hospital this whole time, with a sizeable amount spent in the ICU. He has come a long way, but still has a long road of recovery & physical therapy to help him adjust to a new way of life. All money raised through this auction goes to support Jared Warner. Thank you everyone in advance for all your donations and for your generous bidding!
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