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About...

Gina Mure’ was born in Chicago and moved to Arizona in 1987.   In addition to working with horses and taking her trick pony to parties, she partners with nonprofits donating a portion of her sales as an affiliate with Vemma Corporation, promotes her husband’s business, Peak One Builders & Restoration,  and acts and models.   Gina and her dogs volunteer for a pet-visitation therapy program called Pets on Wheels Scottsdale.  She loves to see the residents in the health care center light up when Chloe and Sox arrive to spend time with them.  Gina has always been passionate about health and wellness as she has had ten pacemakers so far due to a rare genetic heart condition.  One of her goals is to share her story with more heart patients and inspire them to live their lives to the fullest.

Gina’s Heart Story

Gina started having seizures when she was seven years old and spent many years in and out of the hospital while doctors figured out how to best handle her condition. She says she will never forget flopping around in the ER and seeing her Dad’s face as he helplessly watched the doctors use paddles to keep her alive. That was one of many defining moments in her life, although she was much too young to realize what a ‘defining moment’ was at the time! As she got older, many people including her Dad and doctors, told Gina that she was handicap and that she shouldn’t ride horses or do this and couldn’t pursue that, etc.   She never believed them because she wasn’t in a wheelchair, she had all of her limbs, and she wasn’t intellectually disabled.  She felt that she was the most blessed person on the planet with a heart that ran on a battery and only a few scars.  Gina considers her heart condition the biggest blessing she has because it gave her a sense of appreciation and keen perspective at a very young age as to what really matters in life.
© Gina’s Heart.com 2015
Gina’s Heart.com

About...

Gina Mure’ was born in Chicago and moved to Arizona in 1987.   In addition to working with horses and taking her trick pony to parties, she partners with nonprofits donating a portion of her sales as an affiliate with Vemma Corporation, promotes her husband’s business, Peak One Builders & Restoration,  and acts and models.   Gina and her dogs volunteer for a pet-visitation therapy program called Pets on Wheels Scottsdale.  She loves to see the residents in the health care center light up when Chloe and Sox arrive to spend time with them.  Gina has always been passionate about health and wellness as she has had ten pacemakers so far due to a rare genetic heart condition.  One of her goals is to share her story with more heart patients and inspire them to live their lives to the fullest.

Gina’s Heart Story

Gina started having seizures when she was seven years old and spent many years in and out of the hospital while doctors figured out how to best handle her condition. She says she will never forget flopping around in the ER and seeing her Dad’s face as he helplessly watched the doctors use paddles to keep her alive. That was one of many defining moments in her life, although she was much too young to realize what a ‘defining moment’ was at the time! As she got older, many people including her Dad and doctors, told Gina that she was handicap and that she shouldn’t ride horses or do this and couldn’t pursue that, etc.   She never believed them because she wasn’t in a wheelchair, she had all of her limbs, and she wasn’t intellectually disabled.  She felt that she was the most blessed person on the planet with a heart that ran on a battery and only a few scars.  Gina considers her heart condition the biggest blessing she has because it gave her a sense of appreciation and keen perspective at a very young age as to what really matters in life.