https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/quentin-spencer-memory-fund/ A remembrance fund to cover Final Expenses for Quentin Spencer Age 22 Scholarship for daughter Allie. Hello, my name is Sharon Spencer and Quentin was my son. Quentin was an amazing father, brother & son and he passed away on July 15, 2014 he was 22 years old, and he died exactly 22 days before his birthday which is August 6, 1991.This was a shocker to everyone, he was not feeling well and had flu like symptoms. He went to the hospital for antibiotics on Sunday July 13. After we spoke with doctors we we're told that he had Pneumonia, fluid in the lungs, bacteria in his blood, and something happening with his heart. So they transported him to Sarasota Memorial on Sunday night. Mike & I went up on Sunday night and visited with him. At this point in time he was only on Oxygen. During our visit Brittany & Allie were there also. We visited with him until 8pm which was the visiting hours and told him we would be back in the morning.The following morning we had a phone call at 5:30 am telling us that Quentin was being admitted to the ICU something was majorly wrong with his heart. Nonetheless Mike & I were there in less than an hour coming from Port Charlotte.Once we were there we spoke with the heart doctor and was told that Quentin wasmajorly sick and was going thru some tests for his heart. Around 9:30 am they rushed Quentin into emergency surgery. Now the doctor did state that most young patients would have a 1 in 400 chance to survive but unfortunately he stated Quentin has a 1 in 10 chance. To be honest when I heard this I was saying to myself ok these are still pretty good odds. When they rushed Quentin into Surgery we did not find out until later that night around 10:15pm that Quentin flat lined on the way to surgery. But they we're able to save him by hand pumping his heart for 1 1/2 hours. So they went ahead and did the surgery but found out that Quentin had severe damage to his heart and needed a bypass. Quentin was able to survive the by-pass surgery and was in recovery. They also did put a temporary pace maker in his heart. After 40 minutes he flat lined again and then they hand massaged his heart again for 1 hour and finally were able to move him back to ICU. This surgery should of taken about 5 hours but lasted over ll hours.Quentin returned back to ICU and we could only glance at him from a distance, all you literally could see was his nose. Nonetheless the Doctors told us that he wouldbe in a drug induced coma and to go home and get some sleep.Ended up going back to the hospital first thing in the morning. And pretty much was greeted by a chaplain that gave me the grim news. Quentin's body was dying and it would be just a matter of time. His organs were not working, his left leg was completely black and blue and his right leg was starting to do the same and they also told us that his left eye was going back and forth under his eye lid which was a sign of a stroke. At this point in time there was absolutely nothing we could do. He could not get a heart transplant because you have to have other working organs, he couldn't have his leg amputated because you have to have circulation and absolutely nothing was working. After I was given the news we were totally crushed. I couldn't even describe theemotions I was going thru sad, angry, numb. This is not happening, this is so unfair.But we were able to see him and then the reality of what was happening was like a huge slap in the face. I am very thankful for my Pastor Oz (Life Port Church) for coming up in time to be able to do his last rights. What I can say is that when he did pass away, he knew he was loved. There was 7 of us that we're there as we pulled the plug, and what I mean by that is he was on 9 different IV's medicine and the doctor just unplugged 1 and he was gone right away. This was something that we thought would be the best, even if we did decide not to do the above he would of only had about 30 more minutes, So we let him have peace and I know he is in heaven looking down.We had a memorial service at our Church (Life Port Church) on June 18 and over 140 of his friends and family attended. This was amazing and he was so loved. I would say about 1/2 of his friends could not make it. We were expecting over 300 +. I did not want to be sad so I did a Quentin's Life Celebration Service. It was "beautiful".What we are trying to do is 2 things. 1. Help pay for Quentin's Final Expenses 2. Setting up a scholarship fund for his daughter Allie Mariah Spencer.We understand that not all people would be able to donate, and if you can't that is fine, if you could just please spread the word.