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  • April Heart Hero – Max Preston

    Max is a survivor.  He is truly a medical marvel.  I know all heart heroes are, but Max is a truly special case.  His diagnosis is heterotaxy causing right atrial isomerism, unbalanced complete AVSD with left ventricular dominance and right ventricular hypoplasia, transposition of the great arteries, subpulmonary and pulmonary

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  • March Heart Angel – In Loving Memory of Jennings Wallace – 8.16.18 – 3.25.19

    Jennings was born via emergency C-section on August 16th, 2 months premature and with a severe heart defect. At 2 days old, he was transferred to a hospital 2 hours away. The focus was to get him up in weight (he was only 2lbs 9oz when he was born) and

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  • February Heart Hero – Haydn Huddleson

    Haydn Elise Huddleson was born April 14, 2016.  There were no complications during the pregnancy or delivery.  She did struggle with bilirubin and had to have a biliblanket for several days.  Her heart rates/pressures were always within normal range in utero and after birth.  Haydn’s pediatrician/cardiologist noticed a slight murmur,

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  • January Heart Angel – In Loving Memory of Sydney Burke – 3.12.19 – 9.14.19

    Sydney was born on March 12 with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome (HLHS), meaning the left side of her heart did not fully develop.  Her pulmonary veins (bring the blood from the lungs to the heart) were obstructed at birth, which required her to need emergency open heart surgery within the

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  • Scheels – Giving Tuesday

    We also were blessed today to be a part of Scheels #givingtuesday event where we received $2,000. Scheel’s gave out checks to numerous other nonprofits this morning so it was truly an honor to be among the recipients. We appreciate the community support that helps us to further our mission every day! Thanks

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