Wildcat Forever: Part 1

Indianapolis high school basketball star John Stewart was committed to the University of Kentucky and on his way to a state championship when he suddenly collapsed during the regional championship game of the Indiana high school playoffs.

“Wildcat Forever: The John Stewart Story” tells the story of John’s life, the lives he impacted and how his death has inspired those who loved him to save children’s lives in his memory.


 

 

Wildcat Forever: Part 2

“Wildcat Forever: The John Stewart Story” tells the story of John’s life, the lives he impacted and how his death has inspired those who loved him to save children’s lives in his memory.


 

 

Wildcat Forever: Part 3

“Wildcat Forever: The John Stewart Story” tells the story of John’s life, the lives he impacted and how his death has inspired those who loved him to save children’s lives in his memory.


 

Wildcat Forever: Part 4

“Wildcat Forever: The John Stewart Story” tells the story of John’s life, the lives he impacted and how his death has inspired those who loved him to save children’s lives in his memory.


 

“Did you know that once every four days in this country, a competitive young athlete suffers a sudden cardiac arrest?”–American Heart Association

“Even with immediate treatment… only one in ten will survive.”–American Heart Association

"Knowledge is power...Don't Let Another Heart Stop Beating"–Feleica G. Stewart- JSF, C.E.O.

N.C.A.A. Head Coach Tubby Smith….

University of Minnesota  head basketball coach Tubby Smith recommends everyone take an active part in your child’s heart health and support the John Stewart Foundation in a recent public service announcement.  Tubby Smith recruited John to play for the University of Kentucky Wildcats shortly before John’s untimely death in 1999.


 

 

Meet Feleica G. Stewart…

Feleica Stewart the mother of John H. Stewart and the founder of the John Stewart Foundation reflects on John’s life and explains what drives her to continue helping other children and families prevent HCM and other cardiac related illness from taking another young life…