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Hi, I’m Sharon, Dan’s wife.

On March 5th, 2019 myself and much of the Triton High School Family watched as Dan fell off the stage during a fundraiser called “Dancing With the Stars.” He spent 8 weeks at Cooper Trauma in intensive care with 15 broken bones and a traumatic brain injury, also fighting pneumonia and septic shock. He was placed on a ventilator, and contracted malignant hyperthermia which caused widespread nerve and muscle damage and he lost the use of his arms and legs. With strength, grace and humor he is recovering now at Magee Rehabilitation Hospital in Philadelphia, PA.

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November 24, 2019

Dear Dan, I was friends with Sharon in high school. She was the smartest girl I ever met and embodied the qualities of a true leader. I admired her strength, feminism, and kindness. She was always an inspiration to me. We reconnected through Facebook several years ago. Amazingly, Sharon still embodied all those wonderful qualities from high school and more. But, as her beloved husband, I’m sure none of this Is news to you. We are so proud of your efforts and continual progress. Please accept this donation to assist your further recovery with our sincerest wishes for complete healing. We hold you both in our prayers daily. Fondly, Barbara and Gerry Barresi (formerly Barbara Miller)

Barbara Barresi

November 23, 2019

Hey dan Damn you never did stuff the easy way.... Sending you good positive energy and vibes ... not so sure my prayers work.. Hope you get better abd I’ll take you for a donkey’s cheesesteak!!

Al pepiak

November 22, 2019

Sharon, I hope your husband continues to get stronger everyday. This is a very long journey for your family. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

Nancy Fisher Fey

November 22, 2019

Hi dan Glad you are doing so much better . We were at your wedding to Sharon and you are both blessed to have each other !!!

In Jesus name Sonny and Barbara Scargill

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