Travis Bornstein Speaking
Hoover Hall at Hoover H.S.
525 Seventh St. NE, North Canton
Thursday, October 25
Travis Bornstein will share his personal story
about the loss of his son Tyler to heroin.
Tyler was an athlete in Stark County, and by
the time he was eighteen, Tyler had
undergone two major surgeries on his right
elbow. After each surgery, he was sent
home with prescription medication to help
manage the pain. Innocently, before he knew
it, Tyler was addicted to opiates and
eventually heroin. Despite trips to rehab, Tyler
died at age 23.
Tyler’s parents, Shelly and Travis, founded Hope United two years later to bring awareness and support
to families struggling with addiction. Join us at Hoover Hall October 25th to hear about their son’s life
and death and their mission to help others learn about drug addiction. For more information about the
work done by Shelly and Travis Bornstein, go to their website at https://www.hopeunited.life