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Dawg Nation Hockey Foundation
PO Box 182
Indian Hills, CO 80454

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An Unwelcome Diagnosis Returns

Justin was recently diagnosed with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia affecting his spleen.  This is the second time in his life to have cancer. The first time was when he was 4. Born and raised in Des Moines, Iowa, “J Wall” overcame leukemia in his childhood and found hockey. He fell in love with the sport and played for Arvada Youth Hockey, Denver Pioneers Youth Hockey, and the Omaha Jr Lancers AA.

Player Turned Coach

Justin has been coaching since he was nineteen years old. He is described as a loud and passionate coach, one that knows a lot about the game and gets kids to care about the systems he is teaching. More importantly, he gets kids to fall in love with the sport. He is often described by former players as one of their favorites. His coaching included two NHLers, Brandon Carlo and Jaccob Slavin, as well as the first AAA National Championship out of Colorado with the 2010 U16 Thunderbirds.

Currently Undergoing Treatment

This energetic and passionate coach has been slowed down by this cancer diagnosis. His legs and feet swell after an 8-hour day. This has caused his spleen to become enlarged from his blood working against different cells. Despite that, he, his brother, Tanner and mom, Delinda maintain a positive spirit. Unfortunately, the family just got the results from the PET CT scan. His cancer has returned after 40 years of being cancer free. Justin will be starting a round of chemo in hopes to decrease the size of the spleen, and not need surgery. 

Your donation will help Justin Waldron, who DAWG Nation has selected as a grant recipient from its charitable class. Your contribution is made with the understanding that DAWG Nation has complete control and administration over the use of all donated funds in pursuit of its charitable purposes and in support of its charitable class.

13 thoughts on “Donate to Justin Waldron”

  1. Hey Justin, I’m sorry to hear about your illness. We’re thinking positive thoughts for you!

    Thanks for everything you do as a coach!
    Kitty Turner and Camisee Cline

  2. Justin, May the Lord bless you and heal you. May He draw you closer to Him during these times. Jesus loves you and so do we. The Robertsons

  3. Justin, we are all thinking of you, along with your mom & Tanner. You taught us determination & strong work ethic Justin & you were a positive influence on us both on the ice & off. Such great memories working together to do our best. Now it’s your time Justin for all of us to have your back & give the fight of your life. You have left such huge footprints in our hearts & we are all cheering for you now, more than ever. Keep us posted on how you progress. Love The Eansors, Dave, Jeanie, John & Scotty

  4. The hockey community is behind you and sending the best “system there is” – positive energy from those who care. The Veyna Family

  5. Dear Justin,

    Our thoughts are with you in this battle against cancer. ‘Who’s high?’ and ‘Move your feet’ echoes through my mind from your battle cries. Keep battling and stay strong on defense! Wishing you the best, The Stanley Family

  6. J Wall – You’ve beaten it once and you can do it again! Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this battle. Use the strength of your family and friends to overcome this. We are all behind you and never stop fighting.

    The Abitz Family


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