On October 28, 2014 our son, Trent Jones life was changed forever. Trent was in an automobile accident and is now a quadriplegic with no feeling or movement below his neck.
Trent is 21 years old and had recently been promoted in his job in the restaurant industry. He is a great son, brother and good friend to many. Currently he is inpatient at the Shepherd Center in Atlanta. In spite of the many struggles he is facing, he is working hard, tries to stay strong and keep a positive attitude. As you can imagine some days are more difficult than others. He is determined to make as much progress as he can and will be continuing with his ongoing therapy when he goes home.
September 2, 2015
A huge thank you to everyone that participated in the golf tournament this past July 11, 2015. We had a fantastic turn-out, beautiful weather, and a great time was held by all. There were 100’s of companies and individuals that donated, volunteered and participated. Without the help of each and every person, we would not have had the overwhelming success we did. We raised well over $30,000, which is a huge contribution to a handicap accessible van for Trent. God bless each and every one of you.
June 27, 2015
Trent – we’re all working hard to make the Golf Tournament a success and look forward to seeing you there. There has been tremendous number of people sponsoring, signing up to play and volunteering. We’re looking forward to a great event to support you.
Keep your faith and courage. There’s a ton of people supporting you and praying for you and your family.
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February 11, 2015
Hey buddy its victoria lynch, we had lots of good times in middle school. Keep your spirits up we all have faith in you! I hope you recover in time and my thoughts and prayers are with you! <3
February 10, 2015
Trent, This is Coach Hunt, your middle school PE teacher. I am praying for you daily. God Bless you and your family. Keep looking up:)
January 27, 2015
Hello again Trent: I believe that God gives us all a job, a task if you will, and I have learned it is to help others. I think your purpose is to get well and be an example of a life well lived. You can be that beacon of hope that so many seek, when things look helpless. My prayers will continue and I do believe they are working. Hang in there and get well!
David S. Oehmsen
January 27, 2015
Hi Trent. Science is working as we speak to make improvements in the treatment of paralysis and bionics to help as well. Keep up the good work! Lots of life to live and enjoy!