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My name is Jeremy Bixler I suffer from TBI.

Jeremy was a very fun loving guy. (He still is and I am so grateful!) Jeremy had his wild streak but he was a hard worker. We lived in Jacksonville Florida over 3 years and then moved back to Indiana to be around family and friends. The week of his accident we had just got our own place set up and the very day of the accident we had just gotten our phone turned on. Jeremy's accident happened August 3rd, 2001, it was 2 days before his birthday.

Jeremy and his sister Bobbi Jo.
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This is Jeremy at CCS is doing great! Jeremy has been in rehab for 3 months. Jeremy's right arm he could not use very well. They had to do 5 sets of casting and some bracing, but now look at him he can now hold them up on his own.

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Jeremy can do it he has came a very long way threw rehab. Look he can now hold both arms up and he knows he can do it. It has been so very hard on all of us to see Jeremy struggle so hard to over come the hurdles to get this far. The pain he has to go threw the fighting to get where he is now. Jeremy is very strong minded or he would not be here with us now. I thank God for each and every day that we all have with Jeremy.

Jeremy Bixler
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This was taken before the wreck.

   This is a poem that just about sums up life. 
               
                  Today  
I may never see tomorrow there's no written guarantee
And thing that happened yesterday belong to history.
I cannot predict the future, I cannot change the past.
I have the present moments, I must treat it as my last.
 
I must use this moment wisely for it soon will pass away,
and be lost forever, as part of yesterday.
I must exercise compassion, help the fallen to their feet.
Be a friend unto the friendless, make an empty life complete.
 
The unkind things I do today may never be undone,
And friendships that I fail to win may nevermore be won.
I may not have another chance, on bended knees to pray,
and I thank God with a humble heart for giving me this day.

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