I have walked 32 3-Days in the past 8 years to honor my late wife Martha and to fight back against the metastatic breast cancer that took her from us. 2020 provided unprecedented challenges forcing the postponement of all the walks until 2021. I could not sit back and do nothing so I made my own challenge in 2020 and successfully walked 240 miles in 24 days in one contiguous loop all around the Twin Cities. The goal was aggressive and was not be easy, but neither is Cancer. I have to continue the fight to honor, support, and prevent. With 2020 behind us and vaccines making their way to us the hope is that we can walk again in 2021. Please consider a donation today to my 2021 journey, anything you can provide is huge help.
Thank you so much,
Please support me as I commit to an incredible challenge. The Susan G. Komen 3-Day is a 60-mile walk over the course of three days. It will be hard, but it’s not as hard as breast cancer. It’s not as hard as chemo. It’s not as hard as getting bad news at your latest scan. It’s not as hard as saying goodbye. And that’s why I know I have to do this. That’s why I commit. That’s why I’m walking and why I’m raising money – to end breast cancer forever.