Jack Ariola Erenberg was a very active 9 year old who loved life. He enjoyed watching wrestling shows, baseball games, and building things out of anything he could find, Jack even told his Mom Sarah he would build her a house someday, but his true love was HOCKEY, You may have seen Jack back in 2003 when he was photographed in the "Stanley Cup". One of Jack's many great adventures with his Dad Jim. Jack like all kids loved to swim during the summer time.
Just recently Jack went swimming in Lake Lily of Stillwater Minnesota, where within days later learned he had contracted a deadly Amoeba call Naegleria Fowleri, which is a fatal bacteria that goes up through the nose passage and attacks the brain. There is no cure for (PAM). Jack Died August 6, 2012.
The Amoeba is said to be only found in warmer states, But in our research of others that have lost their lives to this deadly Amoeba it can be found in any fresh body of water even hot tap water and low chlorinated pools that reach a temperature of 80 degrees or higher.
We know Jack is still with us in spirit and is on a much bigger mission assisting us in educating the public and bringing “Awareness” to everyone.
We Love You Jack! You are our Hero………
My life is my message.
- Mahatma Ghandi
Definition of HERO
: the central figure in an event, period, or movement
: an object of extreme admiration and devotion