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Jodi Mote

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St. Marys High School

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St. Marys High School

Background Information

Employment History

Parkersburg South Athletic Director

Mote

Affiliations

Honorary Chairman
Sunday

Education

elementary education

West Virginia University at Parkersburg

master's degree

Pleasants County Middle School

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Jodi Mote
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St. Marys High School


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"He's just one of those kids you love," said SMHS head coach Jodi Mote, who watched the two-way starter Davis play his sophomore year at center and his final two seasons for the Blue Devils at left tackle.

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Coach Mote was more than pleased to see Davis reach for his dream and added "I just think it's going to be a special situation for him.


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Jodi Mote, head football coach and athletic director at St. Marys High School, was the honorary chairman for Sunday's 2015 Heart and Stroke Walk put on by the American Heart and Stroke Associations at Parkersburg City Park.

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Jodi Mote, head football coach and athletic director at St. Marys High School, was the honorary chairman for Sunday's event. He is a stroke survivor, having suffered one on Sept. 30, 2014.
Mote, along with many of his football players and supporters, participated in the walk.
"I am here because of God,'' Mote said. "God allowed me to be here. It is just a blessing to be able to be here and to participate."
Like many people, he never believed a stroke could happen to him.
Since having his stroke, Mote has become more aware of those around the community who have gone through something similar.
"Unless you go through it, you may not know of others who have gone through it," he said.
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"These kids will face heart disease and strokes in some manner whether themselves or someone close to them," Mote said.


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Jodi Mote, head football coach and athletic director at St. Marys High School, was the honorary chairman for Sunday's event. He is a stroke survivor, having suffered one on Sept. 30, 2014.

Mote, along with many of his football players and supporters, participated in the walk.
"I am here because of God," Mote said. "God allowed me to be here. It is just a blessing to be able to be here and to participate."
Like many people, he never believed a stroke could happen to him.
Since having his stroke, Mote has become more aware of those around the community who have gone through something similar.
"Unless you go through it, you may not know of others who have gone through it," he said.
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"These kids will face heart disease and strokes in some manner whether themselves or someone close to them," Mote said.


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St. Marys High School Athletic Director and head football coach Jodi Mote, a stroke survivor, speaks during the American Heart Association's Leadership Breakfast Thursday morning at the PARS Brain & Spine Institute.

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But even proper diet and exercise cannot guarantee a life won't be touched by stroke or heart disease, a point driven home by another guest speaker, Jodi Mote, head football coach and athletic director at St. Marys High School.
In September, Mote became a stroke survivor as well.
"Words can't describe what I went through," he said. "I worked out. I did everything I knew to do."
A possible factor in his stroke, Mote said, was a patent foramen ovale, or PFO, an opening in the heart that normally closes at birth, but remains open for some people.
Mote expressed his appreciation for the care he received at Camden Clark Medical Center and the outpouring of support from the surrounding community.
"I just can't thank all these individuals enough," he said. "Most importantly, I just thank God that I'm able to be here, I'm able to be with my family and help anyone out who's suffered a stroke."
Mote is serving as the honorary chairman for the stroke side of the walk. He told the approximately 15 business and health care leaders present Thursday that he'd be happy to speak to any groups on their behalf, at no charge, to raise awareness.
"I'm not doing this for money. I'm doing this because I feel like it's what should be done," Mote said.
Mote was able to return to coaching the Blue Devil football team last year and resumed his athletic director duties this winter. After consulting with his primary care physician, he returned to the classroom March 1.

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