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August 27th, our son, Andrew James (AJ) Hunt suffered a life-changing spinal cord injury following a devastating car accident in Nevada as he was returning back to school at Brigham Young University in Utah. AJ is now paralyzed from his chest down with limited movement in his arms.

He is working hard at rehabilitation at the University of Utah Rehabilitation Center in Salt Lake City and will be returning home within the next two months.

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February 9, 2017

2-5-2017, “Lesson #1 learned today: it’s okay to take 2 years, 5 months, and 10 days to figure out how to put on your own socks. Lesson #2: you should not wait 2 years, 5 months, and 10 days to try, because you might be more capable of doing it than you think. Haha #independencegoals”

December 14, 2014

Great follow-up article about AJ in the Tri-City Herald today (www.tri-cityherald.com This quote from AJ’s mother sums it up: “I marvel at his ability to accept these (challenges) and continue to have the drive and the focus to improve. He just continues to want to experience life and be happy.”

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December 4, 2018

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Daniel

October 9, 2018

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Aundethycreere

December 15, 2014

AJ, remember "When you come to the end of your rope, tie a knot and hang on." We love you and pray for your continued strength through this challenge in your life.

Bob & Renea Manis

December 15, 2014

AJ, You're an incredible guy. You're positive outlook on life astounds and inspires me. We're cheering for you!

Kaloni Udall