As a part-time DJ for Complete Music, Jeff Custer was the life of hundreds of parties. But now, Jeff is unable to leave his home. A brain tumor he thought he defeated in 1999 came back in full force this last fall. Since then, he has gone though two very costly surgeries and has no medical insurance. His family of four only has his wife's job for income.
Many of his associates and friends decided they want to help Jeff and his family by throwing a benefit dance and silent auction Friday, March 12. Tickets are $10 at the door and the action will contain items like a diamond ring and a football signed by Tom Osborne.
His friends say Jeff is a very private man, but is able to connect with almost anybody.
"I had somebody the other day describe him as an electric personality and I think people who meet him realize he is just a warm, wonderful person and so you feel like you've known him for a long time," says friend Doris Cruse.
The auction beings at 6:30 p.m. the dance starts at 7:30 p.m.
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