Jared Robinson Obituary, Death – On January, 13th, 2023, Jared Robinson went away while he was a patient at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. He was born on August 22, 1992 in Home Hospital in Lafayette, Indiana. On January 6, 1993, he underwent a heart transplant at Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis. Following his graduation from high school, he attended Ivy Tech and earned an associate’s degree in business administration.
He was an entrepreneur at heart and made his money by purchasing and selling items on the internet utilizing several websites such eBay and Amazon, among others. He had an entrepreneurial spirit. This interest started when he was a kid and his grandfather took him to yard sales. His heart began to fail, and on June 25th he was sent to the University of Cincinnati Hospital, where he remained until he was transferred to the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. As quickly as possible, he was fitted with a SynCardia, which is a complete mechanical heart that serves as a bridge to a transplant. After further investigation, the medical staff determined that he would require a kidney and heart transplant simultaneously.
The infection that was present in Jared’s lungs proved to be too much for him to overcome, and he was unable to get the transplant he needed. Despite this, Jared continued to serve as an example to everyone he met, whether they were nurses, doctors, or anybody in between. Once upon a time, a nurse remarked, “When I grow up, I hope to be just like Jared and lead a life filled with compassion.” Jared was told by a different nurse that she felt he was a hero right before she went on maternity leave. Through his early years spent in the Riley and Purdue Campus Houses, his teenage years spent in church, homeschooling groups, and 4-H, and his adult years spent in Richmond, Muncie, and Harrison, Ohio,
.Jared had an impact on the lives of a great number of people. He enjoyed nothing more than getting together with the people he cared about, whether they were members of his biological family or members of the group of friends he regarded as family. He found the most joy when he was attending live performances, and once he set a goal to attend one hundred concerts in a single year (he at least made it to the fifty mark). In addition to that, he cherished participating in trivia at Red’s, going to festivals, and going shopping at Goodwill.