Please help us find Jesse Galganov missing in Peru. Please share across social media and news networks.
Missing in Peru, Canadian Jesse Galganov. Please please please help us by sharing this on all social media and news networks to help find this missing person. Jesse was injured during an LCC football game and received a concussion. Suffering from post-concussve disorder.
Jesse was injured during an LCC football game and received a concussion 4 years ago. Suffering from post-concussve disorder, Jesse is unable to do all the things he should be doing now, most notably reading, studying and applying to university. Jesse Galganov who decided to find a way to be productive and an inspiration during some of his time coping with Post Concussive Syndrome by growing a moustache for Movember and generating a whole lot of money and awareness for the cause is missing in Peru. Please help us find him.
Jesse is now 22 years old, a university graduate and MISSING in PERU. His mother Alisa, who is also my friend, is on her way to Peru to find her son. Rather than reiterate all of the details, I’ll let you watch / read one or some of the various reports (links below).
Pictured is Jesse, with Mom Alisa prior to leaving on his trip.
I am reaching out to all of you to please SHARE news reports or articles including his photo as far and as wide as you can – Share via social media, via email, just PLEASE SHARE, Especially helpful would be if all readers with friends or family who are in Peru would help share this so that maybe someone who saw him more recently can provide the family with helpful information. Please remember that even if you don’t know anyone in Peru, someone in your social network likely does, so PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE SHARE and please ask people to send any relevant information to email@example.com. Also, for those of you who pray, all prayers for the safe return of Jef Jesse Galganov will be appreciated more than you know.
Jesse was injured during an LCC football game and received a concussion. Suffering from post-concussve disorder, Jesse is unable to do all the things he should be doing now, most notably reading, studying and applying to university.
Many would sink into a depression. Imagine working so hard towards the very goal of University admission and then being faced with the possibility of not being able to apply due to an injury. Imagine being one of the team captains and not being able to continue playing in your final year. That would be enough to make anyone sulk…Jesse is an inspiration.
Jesse decided to turn a negative into a positive. Rather than focusing on what he CAN’T do, Jesse has decided to focus on something he CAN do which is to “Grow his Mustache”, and generate both funds and awareness for Movember to benefit research into prostate cancer.
Alisa Clamen is heading to Lima, Peru to look for her son, Jesse Galganov, whom she says hasn’t gotten in touch for three weeks.
“I’m worried. I have my fears, but I cannot focus on that,” she insisted.
“The only thing I can think about is finding my son.”
His father, Todd Galganov, is also on his way to Peru.
Galganov, 22, was on the first leg of an eight-month trip around South American and south-east Asia, planning to later return to start medical school at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia.
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