Jr10clothing

ABOUT JR10 CORP.

Our Mission

We aim to spread Jack Egan
Reyna's story using high quality
fashion to raise awareness for
children diagnosed with brain
cancer. Our exclusive logo spells
out his initials 'JR' with his jersey
number '10' attached to the end and
displays the vibrant upside-down
rainbow representing his smile.

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JACK REYNA

Honoring a loved one

Jack was a boy with dark hair, soft
brown eyes and a memorable smile [on
the right in the picture].  Jack passed
away on July 19, 2012, at the age of 13,
surrounded by his family and close
friends in his house.  Jack finished
his journey with a deep sense of personal accomplishment and heroic success.
Jack's valiant battle against cancer has
influenced many lives.  

Our Dedicated Team

We are a group of family and friends of
Jack who passionately want to keep his
legacy alive through our clothing sales
and fundraising events.  Leading the
charge is Jack's eldest brother -- 
Giovanni Reyna (Gio).  Seventeen-year-
old, Giovanni currently resides in
Germany playing with Borussia
Dortmund.  Giovanni looks at JR10 as a
symbol to embody Jack's happiness and
hope for the world to recognize the
children and teenagers that are living
with the diagnose of a primary brain
tumor.

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A recent rain had cleared, and
everyone gazed up at the sky
to witness an upside-down
rainbow shaped like a human
smile. Jack. 'I had never seen
one in my life,' says Claudio.
'None of us had. It was perfect.'

- GRANT WAHL

"THE REYNAS' STORY OF LOSS
AND LEGACY."
SPORTS ILLUSTRATED

Giovanni Reyna speaks
about Jack's personality
and legacy (Click Image Below)

APRIL 1999

JACK EGAN REYNA IS BORN IN
WOLFSBURG, GERMANY

As a young boy, Jack moved from one place to
the next following his dad's professional soccer
career. He got the opportunity to experience life
in Germany, Scotland, and England. Jack was his
father's biggest fan due to the fact that he would
run up and down the sideline at practices and games
cheering his dad on.

JANUARY 2007

JACK AND HIS FAMILY MOVE TO
WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY

Jack and the Reyna family settled in Bedford, NY,
approximately one hour north of Manhattan. Jack's
childhood home is somewhat like a monument to
him and his siblings, to sports, to art and to the
warmth of a loving family that welcomes a steady
stream of friends and relatives through an open door.

AUGUST 2009

JACK'S TRAVELS TO AMSTERDAM TO
PLAY WITH AFC AJAX

Jack and his teammates on New York Soccer Club
went on a trip to Amsterdam to train and play against
Ajax. The young, U11 team was fortunate to practice
with former Ajax professional and current youth academy
coach, Bryan Roy. On the tail end of the trip, Jack
and his team played against the U10 Ajax team
where they pulled out a 2-2 tie against the
talented Dutch players. Jack had a goal and assist.

JUNE 2010

JACK RECEIVES BRAIN TUMOR
DIAGNOSIS

Jack's team was playing for the New York State
Cup Championship in the final game. He began
complaining to his parents of a splitting headache
as they arrived at the field. "At first," says Jack's
mother, doctors "thought maybe it was meningitis
or Lyme disease or a sinus infection. But he has no
other symptoms. None". Later that day a neurologist
noticed an issue with Jack's peripheral vision in his
left eye, and then the doctor claimed to see a brain
tumor the size of a golf ball.

APRIL 2011

JACK ENTERS REMISSION

The disease never weakened Jack's loving spirit
nor diminished his strong character. Following
nine months of chemotherapy, everyone celebrated
Jack's 12th birthday with fantastic news  that his
MRI scans were clear. No more cancer. "The doctors
were amazed,' says Danielle. 'They said we've never
seen a kid bounce back from radiation or chemo
like this. He is such a fighter, he is always so
positive'".

DECEMBER 2011

JACK'S SPEECH IMPEDIMENT LEADS TO
A DEVASTATING SEIZURE, MEANING
THE CANCER CAME BACK

Doctors were saying that Jack's cancer was back.
Worst of all, his treatment would only slow down
the steady deterioration. During Jack's final seven
months, whenever he had the energy, he and his
family would attack his bucket list. But soon after,
he lost his ability to walk and speak. Regardless,
the visitors kept coming. "I don't know how we
did it," says Claudio, "but despite all the sadness
we had this really happy place. People wanted
to be here. It was loud, and he loved it. [We]
felt it was important for him to see that
everyone was still happy."

JULY 2012

JACK PASSED AWAY FROM
A STAGE 4 GLIOBLASTOMA BRAIN TUMOR

"Nobody should have to watch their child, someone they love,
die," Danielle says. "It's horrible. You could tell he was fighting
it. We had him in the house, and there were almost always at
least 20 people around, sometimes more. He got good energy
from them. People also needed to see him. And from what
friends have said, they needed to see us. And they got strength
from us. Then, Jack passed. You're so numb at that point. You
don't want him to go, but you don't want him to be in pain
anymore."

We use the trademark JR10 logo to
spread Jack's story in support of and
advocating for pediatric brain cancer
patients and their families.

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