In 2010, Shannon Smith was a healthy, ambitious and energetic 28-year-old, working as a pharmacy technician and expecting her second child. On December 5, 2010, complications from pneumonia and sepsis caused the death of her unborn son, and put her in a coma. Three weeks later, she woke up and discovered that doctors would have to amputate all four of her limbs to save her life.

Over the course of two years, Shannon's life has been forever changed. She has handled her situation with amazing grace and unwavering faith.

In order to help her gain back her independence come out and support TEAM SHANNON SMITH fabulous Football event on Monday, October 15th, 2012  at the Statler City Lobby Lounge to support the Shannon D. Smith Medical Fund.
Come check out the Monday Night Football game on the flat screens and light food. Get into the raffle for a 32 Inch Television and many others.

ALL proceeds raised at the event will go directly to the Shannon D. Smith Fund.

To make a direct donations go to

If you are not able to attend, please consider making a donation no matter how large or small. Her medical expenses exceed over 1 million dollars.
Let's show Ms. Shannon Smith how much she is admired and loved!

Watch below how Shannon learned to retrain her body to walk and maneuver with the help of the latest in custom-fitted prosthetic technology.

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