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Anyone who has met Jeremy Gelb knows that he’s an intelligent, athletic, kind, and determined young man. A resident of Huntington, alumnus of Huntington High School, and recent graduate of the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, Jeremy has been working in New York and thriving in this exciting new chapter of his life.

On July 4th, at the beach with his family and friends, Jeremy dove into deceptively shallow water and suffered a broken back. He was airlifted to the trauma center in Stony Brook, diagnosed with an incomplete C-4 and C-5 spinal cord injury, and underwent an emergency 7 hour surgery. After weeks in the ICU, Jeremy will need extensive treatment at a rehab facility in the hopes of regaining his mobility.  

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September 13, 2019

Wishing Jeremy well on his journey to recovery.

Joseph Sorendino

September 7, 2019

Thoughts and prayers for you always Jeremy. Keep up the hard work. You are an inspiration. Best, Brendan and Meredith Reynolds

Brendan Reynolds

September 4, 2019

We are looking forward to your continued progress with love❤️ Rosemarie, Erica and Sarah Goldman

Rosemarie Goldman

September 2, 2019

To Jeremy and his Parents, Wishing you hope and inspiration in your recovery journey. My daughter is now a sophomore at Michigan. Last year she joined PSE, the fraternity that you helped found which has been and will continue to be a wonderful experience for her.. And this is all due to you. What an amazing person you are to create such an organization that is doing so many great things and helping so many students reach their potential. Thank you!! Your parents must be very proud of you. I also wanted to let you know that I work for Johnson & Johnson. We own DePuy Synthes, the #2 global spine company. We have extensive contacts. If I can be of any help with finding or accessing top spine surgeons, please do not hesitate to ask. I would be honored to help.

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