In memory of my sister and friend, always remembered for her courage and compassion. We Love You Forever!. This warrior lost her battle. January first 2018
Myra Greene Barq
My beautiful, compassionate, talented sister-in-law. Gone way to soon, at age 50 of leiomyosarcoma (LMS) I still miss her
In memory of my wonderful mother, so brave and strong in her battle with breast cancer. With my very recent breast cancer diagnosis I will take from her example of bravery and strength as I begin my journey in beating this and becoming a survivor.
This is not a battle rather a journey of a life time! Cancer has given me the gift of Gratitude and Grace! Peace and Love to my friends and family!
My Mom Arshie
To my beautiful mother and the strongest fighter I've ever seen. You always had the most positive outlook even during the darkest times. I miss you dearly and I'm so proud to be your daughter as you taught me so much to prepare me for my own fight.
So proud of you and so fortunate to have you as my sister. We aren't just sisters and best friends but we are both SURVIVORS and I know we will always be strong no matter what life has in store for us. Together we can and will get through everything
All the Cancer Warriors in my life
Keep kicking cancers butt! Melissa, Jonathan, John, Yolanda, Gary, Tomas, Ashley, Liza, Marty! Your strength shines through!
Vasilio Chilo Rivera/Dad
Always thinking of you dad! You are my motivation behind all my runs,especially my Livestrong runs! We continue to share our memories of you. Love you!
Next week end I'll be celebrating my 31st birthday. Last year at this time I was preparing to start my 8th out 9 cycles of chemo with stem cell replacement on my birthday. On July 27th I'll be 1 year in remission with a beautiful 1 year old girl.
Juan C Rodriguez
In honor of my husband, a cancer survivor who began his fight in 2017. As you finish up your remission, always remember that you are too positive to be doubtful, too optimistic to be fearful and too determined to be defeated. I love you!
In memory of my beloved son Andrew, always remembered for his courage, brilliance, warmth and charm.
Frank W. Austin
To the strongest, most fearless friend and brother I'll ever have. You weren't diagnosed with cancer, you were diagnosed with COURAGE.
Still surviving after 9 years of living with cancer. Cheers to at least 9 more!! I have much living to do, so just get out of my way cancer!
A loving wife, Mother, and "Sito". It will be 10 years in October when The Lord brought you home. There is not a day goes by that we don't think of you and miss you! Her motto was "enjoy your life".