Twenty years ago, the challenges of battling cancer was a full time job in my home. The ice storm of ‘98 robbed us of power, telephone, and the ability to cook and clean in a way that supports a compromised immune system. We persevered and held on to the hope of a bone marrow transplant. The journey continued into summer when on the very day that my husband Curt was told that his time with his loved ones was short, I received a malignant diagnosis. Curt left us that fall; surgeries left me cancer free. Once again, cancer uprooted a family and changed lives.
On this 20th anniversary of our battle and in honor of Curt, Ree, Jill, Jackie, David, Dianne, and so many more, please support me in my participation in Amos' Army! I am raising funds for the Sugarloaf Charity Summit. Every dollar raised will stay in Maine to support three critical organizations: