Jeremy is Jordan's uncle and was by Jordan's side through thick and thin. He is a devoted advocate to the Blankets for Cancer mission.
Jeremy started his career in the car business at the age of 16 as a “hydro technician” also known as the kid with the hose washing cars in the service department.
After graduating from Towson University in 1999, Jeremy moved to New York and continued working in the car business, holding many positions in various dealerships, eventually working his way up to running the day to day operations of the entire dealership.
Jeremy is actively involved in New York’s Westchester Jewish community and serves on the boards of the Westchester Jewish Council, the Jewish National Fund, and The Young Israel of White Plains, where he and his family have been members since 2011. Jeremy also serves on the board of the Waner Children's Vascular Anomaly Foundation.
Jeremy and his wife Amy reside in White Plains with their three children, Sydney, Alexander and Emma. As members of the Schechter Westchester community, the family enjoys participating in a wide range of community events and works closely with the leadership of Sunrise Day Camp, a full-summer day camp in Pearl River, NY for children with cancer and their siblings.