What is the story behind your tattoos? Well, that's our daddy and his best dance moves on our skin. Our hero. These little guys represent somebody who has never been afraid to be silly. A tapping foot that leads to prancing and moving when he feels that music. A celebration of happiness. An infectious laugh. The life of the party. The stick figures stand for soaking in every moment. Cherishing each word in his favorite song. An admiration for his desire to dance as if no one is watching. They embody hope. They symbolize life and love and truth. Our dad was diagnosed with Glioblastoma on January 20, 2019. He had surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, Avastin and wore the Optune Device. The treatments were not his miracle. But he is ours. Our amazing, loving, dancing hero. His fight will not end until a cure exists. Because his fight is our fight.
Join us on September 23rd as we walk or run for a cause we are forever devoted to. The National Brain Tumor Society and our family will not rest until a cure exists. Please join in our effort.
National Brain Tumor Society is fiercely committed to finding a cure for brain tumors. They are aggressively driving strategic research and advocating for public policies that meet the critical needs of the brain tumor community. Your support ensures this important work will continue.