Former Professional Baseball Player, Ed Hearn, Battles Kidney Disease

ed-hearn-trophyEd Hearn – Former Professional Baseball Player, Speaker and Author of Conquering Life’s Curves. Ed Hearn’s very promising baseball career came to a sudden halt with a shoulder injury. Less than 6 months later, he was diagnosed with three potentially life threatening health conditions, followed by three kidney transplants! Ed understands what it is like to be at the top, only to lose his dreams due to health. Ed’s story and passion is an inspiration to all! Ed is a recipient of the Certified Speaking Profession (CSP) designation from the National Speakers Association. Only 8% of speakers throughout the world have received this distinguished honor. Conquering Life’s Curves: www.EdHearn.com

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  1. Despite all that Ed lives with daily, he has an amazing heart for others! He’s an incredible man with an awesome story!

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