Mia was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor in November 2011 just as she was turning two years old.
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My name is Jeff Hartman and along with my wife, Janet we are the proud parents of two boys, Alex, 20, a college student and Blake, 16, a junior in high school.
In April, 2014 I was celebrating a personal victory...
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After giving birth to 2 beautiful twins, Kathleen was diagnosed with a very aggressive breast cancer.
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Dear Tom & Bill,
I’m writing on behalf of my friend and co-worker, Steve LaCroix,
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Haley is the perfect child that any parent could ask for!
Beautiful, funny, sarcastic, smart.... she couldn't wait to go to college to see what new, fun adventures awaited her education!
Maria "Dorothy" Delicana
Maria Delicana, “Dorothy,” is an RN at Lutheran General Hospital. She works in the NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit) taking care of very sick infants. Dorothy was diagnosed in June 2014 with breast cancer, has undergone two surgeries and recently completed radiation therapy.
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Sophia the Brave
Sophia the Brave is a beautiful, young warrior who was diagnosed with High risk Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia at the age of 4 (January 2013)
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Noreen was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2003 and has been through an unbelievably difficult 11 years living with this disease. Still, she has handled it with grace, dignity and love.
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Nanette Giannola Russell
Selfless, loving, caring, big hearted and nurturing are a few of many words that describe Nanette. Upon meeting her you feel the genuine care, respect and concern that she has for all people.
Just a week after her 47th birthday, In January 2014, she was diagnosed with Stage 4 Metastatic Breast Cancer.
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St. Patrick High School Cancer-Aid Endowment
For 150 years the Christian Brothers at St. Patrick High School on the northwest side of Chicago have been
providing an educational experience of the highest quality which enables young
men to develop their maximum potential as lifelong learners and assets to
society and the Church.
As graduates of St. Pat’s, Tom (’82) and Bill (’83) know first-hand the lasting value of a Lasallian education. The ethics and philosophies taught there have impacted many of the decisions they’ve made in their lives.
Funds from this year’s event will go towards the creation of an endowment to provide financial aid to students whose family are going through a cancer struggle.