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Comment on Well Wishes by Teri Montevideo (Ehlinger)

Mon, 04 Jan 2016 17:34:13 +0000

Hi Jenny, It has been so long! Think all the way back to high school and the team that got together to run! You and I were fast friends and just hit it off so easily. My maiden name is Teri Montevideo, now Teri Ehlinger. I lived many places but am back in Green Bay now with my family. I met up with some of the gang from that running road trip at a cross country meet last year & we recalled all the fun we had traveling in that van & hanging out. I think about you often and send my prayers. I loved your laugh and smile and you were so kind to welcome me in with you & all of the Milwaukee runners. I hope 2016 brings amazing blessings to you! Kindly, Teri Montevideo-Ehlinger



Comment on Well Wishes by Jeanne

Sun, 15 Feb 2015 22:06:50 +0000

Jenny This is Jeanne from way back at MBC Foods....just wanted to check in and see how you are doing and wanted you to know that you are in my heart and prayers. If ever I can stop by for a visit, please let me know, I'll be there in a flash. You're the Best! Love Jeanne



Comment on Well Wishes by Kimberly

Mon, 09 Feb 2015 18:34:14 +0000

I hope you are keeping your spirits up knowing that you are in others hearts. I often think of you as I run. It encourages me to savor the opportunities I am able to partake in. Running with you ❤️



Comment on Well Wishes by Lynn Neu

Sat, 07 Feb 2015 17:35:12 +0000

HI Jenny, Been trying to track you down for a long time! Then today, your blog popped up in my email! I was hoping for a more recent update...but the latest was from 2010. Would love to see you again when Jerry and I are in Milwaukee. We are still living in sunny CA and loving it. If you let me know where you are (your address, please!), I'll send this year's Christmas letter so you can catch up with the Neu's! We love you so much and pray that you are doing better and better, every day in every way. Big hugs! Lynn and Jerry



Comment on Well Wishes by Nina - CA

Tue, 21 Aug 2012 20:53:35 +0000

8/21/12 Hi Jenny, I was reading back issues of Runner's World when I came upon your story. It was a very touching story & I came online to see if I could find out anymore about your progress. I hope you're doing well and still having that attitude of "make it happen." Best wishes!



Comment on Well Wishes by Shawn J. Houtsinger

Sat, 14 Apr 2012 12:55:54 +0000

Jenny, On behalf of Russell De Lap and Kelly Whitt, we want to wish you a speedy recovery. Both of these individuals have organized a running event to help bring supporters and donations to support your fight: www.insteptrailruns.com. We are hosting a run on your behalf to inspire others to follow their dream as you did. Keep your spirits high, faith strong, and your heart open. Sincerely, Shawn J. Houtsinger www.insteptrailruns.com Website Designer



Comment on Well Wishes by Mike Stanton

Fri, 27 Jan 2012 19:44:37 +0000

I knew your father, Willard (a very nice guy), many years ago. Your Dad and I used to talk and debate at Franklin Finance Committee Meetings. You were a freshman "Phenom Runner" at Franklin High School (I never had the pleasure of meeting you, but read your many "press clippings" in "The Hub"). I just want to say that I sincerely admire all the "strides" that you've taken off the road/track. Your life has unbounded purpose because you inspire simple people like me and my wife. You're in a league of your own -- you hold a unique place in this world and certainly must know how much people admire and love you. These are attributes that most people aspire to during their lifetimes (and oftentimes fail in attaining). Keep fighting, never quit, and know that many "anonymous fans" are still pulling for you to finish the "mother of all races."



Comment on Well Wishes by Gayle Marshall

Tue, 03 Jan 2012 02:44:28 +0000

Dear Jenny, Happy New Year from one who misses you in the Pacific NW. I have really enjoyed the FB photos, updates, videos, and marvel at your progress. But then, dear Jenny, I have always been such a fan of yours and loved assisting you when you spent time in the Portland, OR office. May 2012 Make It Happen for you in wonderful ways. You are such an inspiration; I am so very proud of you. Blessings to you, dear friend :) Love, Gayle (Osborne) Marshall



Comment on Well Wishes by Annie Beecham

Thu, 08 Dec 2011 05:06:18 +0000

Jenny, My name is Annie Beecham. I ran cross country and track at Ohio University from 2006-2011. Mitch Bentley, a former teammate of yours at OU, was my coach. I remember when he told us about your accident. Afterwards, he would remind us frequently to be careful on the roads—life is fragile. I knew about you, but I didn't really understand your accident until I stumbled upon the Runner's World article a few weeks ago. The article, your accident, your talent, passion and character have left a huge impression on me. I was an All-American runner at OU, and I moved to Eugene a few months ago to train for the Olympic Trials 10k. Ever since I read the article, I have been thinking about you when I run. I was excited to read that you lived in Eugene for a few years. I try to imagine you running on the same trails and roads I run on now everyday...Pre's, Amazon, the bike path and anywhere and everywhere else. The things that I find myself complaining about seem inconsequential now. One part of the article that really struck me is the idea that you always focused on the mile you were running, not the one before or after. That is not only an indication of a person who loves to run, but a wonderful analogy for life in general. I just wanted to leave a message to let you know that you are an inspiration to me. Your passion and drive are helping to fuel my dreams. My sincerest well wishes, Annie



Comment on Well Wishes by Cindy W.

Mon, 03 Oct 2011 15:00:16 +0000

Hi Jenny and family, I'm also a runner living in Milwaukee. Just did it for fun, never competed, so never knew Jenny's story. Through Facebook, a friend of mine posted the pic of the 62 people connected running in the Lakefront Marathon. It was interesting and moving, so I looked up her story. What a remarkable woman and family. I share the love of running. I am a web designer and if you ever need help with your website, I would be happy to donate my time. Best to you all. Keep up the great progress. Cindy