Live Like Max 5th Annual Wine Dinner Auction
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Sale Location

Detroit, MI 48209
Sale Dates and TimesSALE IS COMPLETED
Saturday Mar 9, 2019 Completed
Sale Type
 Live Auction 
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American Eagle Auction & Appraisal Company

Contact: Kenny Lindsay
Phone: 734-223-3277
Email: productionline@msn.com
Website: www.MichiganAuctionCompany.com

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Professional Benefit Auctioneer, Kenny Lindsay, BAS is honored to return for his 4th consecutive year for the Live Like Max Foundation 5th Annual Benefit Auction.

This is an high energy and fun filled community effort evening.   Each year this event builds more and more momentum.  This year, another young life will be saved.

Who We Are

Maxwell John Pardington died on June 10, 2014 from “ Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy” otherwise known as an enlarged heart. His death was extremely unexpected as Max was exceptionally healthy and fit. It pains our family to know that one quick, easy procedure could have spotted this defect in his heart, and he might still be alive today. However, since there were no outward signs or symptoms to let anyone know that anything was wrong, Max never received an echocardiogram or EKG. Since Max’s death, we have come to understand that many of the athletes that you hear have “dropped dead” on courts and fields die from various versions of this defect, yet most physicians and coaches do not push for or discuss getting an echocardiogram or EKG prior to athletic participation.

 

Our Number One Goal

 

As the LiveLikeMax Foundation, our number one goal is spreading awareness to all student athletes and their families (this can be hereditary) about “athlete’s heart” and the importance of getting checked yearly to avoid this senseless death. Our second goal for this foundation is to provide echocardiograms and electrocardiogramsthrough Beaumont Hospitals “Healthy Heart Check” program student athletes at no cost and push to make healthy heart screens a mandatory part of all high school athletic physicals. Lastly, we created this foundation as a way to remember how precious life is and how we should always be living life to the fullest and searching for the next big adventure in our lives. Max lived his life this way and although he was taken too early from this life, it is the legacy he leaves behind. We hope to remind people: In all you do, Live Like Max.

 

Below are the results from heart screenings since the foundation began.

Students screened this far in 2015: 1275

Play but follow up designations: 182

 

Stops: 13

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Live Like Max 5th Annual Wine Dinner Auction

American Eagle Auction & Appraisal Company

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Contact: Kenny Lindsay
Phone: 734-223-3277
Sale Location
Belle Isle Casino 1 Casino Way
Detroit, MI 48209
Sale Dates and Times
Saturday Mar 9, 2019 Completed
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Professional Benefit Auctioneer, Kenny Lindsay, BAS is honored to return for his 4th consecutive year for the Live Like Max Foundation 5th Annual Benefit Auction.

This is an high energy and fun filled community effort evening.   Each year this event builds more and more momentum.  This year, another young life will be saved.

Who We Are

Maxwell John Pardington died on June 10, 2014 from “ Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy” otherwise known as an enlarged heart. His death was extremely unexpected as Max was exceptionally healthy and fit. It pains our family to know that one quick, easy procedure could have spotted this defect in his heart, and he might still be alive today. However, since there were no outward signs or symptoms to let anyone know that anything was wrong, Max never received an echocardiogram or EKG. Since Max’s death, we have come to understand that many of the athletes that you hear have “dropped dead” on courts and fields die from various versions of this defect, yet most physicians and coaches do not push for or discuss getting an echocardiogram or EKG prior to athletic participation.

 

Our Number One Goal

 

As the LiveLikeMax Foundation, our number one goal is spreading awareness to all student athletes and their families (this can be hereditary) about “athlete’s heart” and the importance of getting checked yearly to avoid this senseless death. Our second goal for this foundation is to provide echocardiograms and electrocardiogramsthrough Beaumont Hospitals “Healthy Heart Check” program student athletes at no cost and push to make healthy heart screens a mandatory part of all high school athletic physicals. Lastly, we created this foundation as a way to remember how precious life is and how we should always be living life to the fullest and searching for the next big adventure in our lives. Max lived his life this way and although he was taken too early from this life, it is the legacy he leaves behind. We hope to remind people: In all you do, Live Like Max.

 

Below are the results from heart screenings since the foundation began.

Students screened this far in 2015: 1275

Play but follow up designations: 182

 

Stops: 13

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Live Like Max 5th Annual Wine Dinner Auction
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Sale Date(s)
Saturday Mar 9, 2019 Completed
Sale Location

Detroit, MI 48209
Company
American Eagle Auction & Appraisal Company

Contact: Kenny Lindsay
Phone: 734-223-3277
Email: productionline@msn.com
Website: www.MichiganAuctionCompany.com



Professional Benefit Auctioneer, Kenny Lindsay, BAS is honored to return for his 4th consecutive year for the Live Like Max Foundation 5th Annual Benefit Auction.

This is an high energy and fun filled community effort evening.   Each year this event builds more and more momentum.  This year, another young life will be saved.

Who We Are

Maxwell John Pardington died on June 10, 2014 from “ Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy” otherwise known as an enlarged heart. His death was extremely unexpected as Max was exceptionally healthy and fit. It pains our family to know that one quick, easy procedure could have spotted this defect in his heart, and he might still be alive today. However, since there were no outward signs or symptoms to let anyone know that anything was wrong, Max never received an echocardiogram or EKG. Since Max’s death, we have come to understand that many of the athletes that you hear have “dropped dead” on courts and fields die from various versions of this defect, yet most physicians and coaches do not push for or discuss getting an echocardiogram or EKG prior to athletic participation.

 

Our Number One Goal

 

As the LiveLikeMax Foundation, our number one goal is spreading awareness to all student athletes and their families (this can be hereditary) about “athlete’s heart” and the importance of getting checked yearly to avoid this senseless death. Our second goal for this foundation is to provide echocardiograms and electrocardiogramsthrough Beaumont Hospitals “Healthy Heart Check” program student athletes at no cost and push to make healthy heart screens a mandatory part of all high school athletic physicals. Lastly, we created this foundation as a way to remember how precious life is and how we should always be living life to the fullest and searching for the next big adventure in our lives. Max lived his life this way and although he was taken too early from this life, it is the legacy he leaves behind. We hope to remind people: In all you do, Live Like Max.

 

Below are the results from heart screenings since the foundation began.

Students screened this far in 2015: 1275

Play but follow up designations: 182

 

Stops: 13