Honorable Mentions

Honorable Mentions

Have you been diagnosed with cancer? Do you have a loved one or close friend that battled this disease? If so, we welcome you to share how cancer has touched your life.

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Kimberly Rheams wrote on May 20, 2015:
For my Brother Donald "Sonny" Neal. He was 48 when he passed away. He was diagnosed with lung cancer that eventually spread throughout his body. He didn't share with me until about 6months later because he said that he had to accept it himself first. Eventually he had to move back home, after that it was necessary that he got moved to hospice care which is where he expired. He always gave praise to our mother who stood by his side to the very end. For me it was extremely hard to stand by and watch somebody you love deteriorate. This is why I support finding a cure for Cancer.
Tamika Stevens-Scott from San antonio wrote on May 14, 2015:
In honor of My grandma Helen Stevens (ovarian), aunt Martha Eanes (lung) Rest in peace... My uncle Clark Scruggs Jr. (Prostate) battled and winning!
Zavia M wrote on May 13, 2015:
I would like to honor my Aunt who has battled cancer and won. Auntie Lei, I love you!
Chris from Crestview wrote on May 7, 2015:
I spoke to Espy's husband, Chris, and he asked that I share this message: "Espy, wishing each day you were still here. I miss you, the kids miss you, and we will love you forever. Sweet dreams until we meet again. Love Papi"
Enigma Belcher from San Antonio wrote on April 23, 2015:
In loving memory of my precious mother Lois L. Belcher - colon cancer July 5, 2013
In loving memory of my dearest brother Sammie Belcher, Jr. - Prostate cancer - February 10, 2004.
Marissa McKinnies from San Antonio wrote on April 16, 2015:
In memory of my beloved friend and fellow B.A.H.S. Brat, Octaviza "Espy" Duckworth. You will always be remembered for that spit fire personality and loving smile. You battled a hard fight with Breast cancer. Rest in Heaven, Espy.
Ella McKinnies from San Antonio wrote on April 16, 2015:
This is in remembrance of Ruby McKinnies - Ovarian Cancer and April McKinnies - Pancreatic Cancer
Crystal Branner from Euless, TX wrote on April 15, 2015:
In memory of my dearly loved brother Calvin Pettis - brain cancer - 1985

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