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Dr. Richard Sveum, Farahay Family Dental Care, John Capesius, Dustin Hoye, Liz Brammer, Lisa Johnson, Christie Wasson, George Erickson, Ryan Dodson, Carl LaRue, Kelly McDonnell, Luke Kajawa, Keefe Russell, Kelly McGee Davis, Morgan Davis, Derrick Moorehead, Annette Williamson, Janine, David Wild, Nick Clausen, Bill Sherck, Dawn Mikkelson, John and Donna Mikkelson, Anne McPhillips, Brita Bengston, Eric Proffitt, Bonnie and Jerry Gallimore, Jody Gallimore, Steve and Chris McDonnell, Jesse Thomas, Kristine Greer, Karl Obermeyer, Mike and Christine Gutridge, Mike Chalcraft, Aaron Chalcraft, Valerie Armbrust, Sean and Amber Amann, Matt Dillman, Brent and Christie Cuttell, Michael Grussing, and Dan LaRue, Heather and Chris Lupien, Jed LaRue, Robert Pastor, Cindy, Christie Wasson, Joy Archibald, Nancy Pearson, Nicole Mitchell, Mara Klassen, Adrienne Grechman, Maryanna Claxton, and John Slais, Ben LaRue, Judy and Cary Agajanian, Farnaz Kasas, Cindy Linn, Mark Marrinan, Kray Deering, Michael Deering, Don and Myrna Carson, Debbie Donovan, Katie McPhillips, Martin Ammond, Summer Ammond, Adelle Aaberg, Almeda McDonnell, Patsy Phillips and Family, Denice Yniguez-LaRue, Kenneth E. Shadle, William & Margaret LaRue, Mitch & Kristin Petrie, Adam Ley, Jeremy Gilchrist, Brett Peterman, Nick Wosika, Maureen McDonnell, Kevin LaRue, Cody Meyerdirk, Jim and Barb Meyerdirk, Sasha Saberi, Diana Shultz, and Kim Waffensmith.
Josh LaRue was born in Brainerd Minnesota in 1974. He grew up on a small lake near the town of Garrison. Like most kids, he was active, adventurous, and loved the outdoors. He also grew up with asthma, which in his teen years became increasingly worse. The winter seasons seem to heighten Josh’s asthma with the number of trips to the ER increasing as winters passed. On a cold January morning in 1992, Josh took his last breath of life as he knew it. This film will bring to the forefront the seriousness of the “invisible disease” we call asthma. And will show one man’s journey through life overcoming the greatest of obstacles with perseverance and positivity.