Donate To Support Penn State Alumnus, ESPN Writer Josh Moyer

Friends of ESPN Big Ten staff writer and Penn State alumnus Josh Moyer have taken to Plumfund to raise money for the beat writer as he recovers from emergency heart surgery. Through “The Josh Moyer Fund” they have raised more than $3,000 during the past two weeks, with a goal to reach $10,000. On the donation page they posted this message:

“One of our favorite college friends and dutiful journalists is miraculously recovering from emergency heart surgery. We love him so much that want to help him get through this difficult time by helping him with medical bills, travel expenses, and any other hardships he will have while being out of work.”

Moyer’s latest post for ESPN on Penn State defensive coordinator Bob Shoop’s decision to remain with the program was written Jan. 8.

Moyer is a 2008 Penn State graduate and has been working for ESPN since 2012. Donations for Moyer’s recovery can be made on the Plumfund page. We here at Onward State wish Moyer a quick recovery.


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