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It was 10 years ago Glen attended his first Walk to End Alzheimer's.  Initially it was just another walk/race. He loved to participate in these charitable events for good causes.  Deep down that morning he knew this race wasn’t just another race. At the ceremony he was so moved by the stories of loved ones sharing their grief and despair of their journeys that it inspired Glen to go public with his own diagnosis.  It was so important to him to raise awareness and money for research for a cure.  We knew early on into our journey there would be no treatment or cure in his lifetime, yet he was determined to do what he could to make a difference. It's even harder for me to believe, that as I write this, it's been 4 1/2 years since Glen lost his battle to this dreaded disease.  Glen was passionate about many things in life, but when Alzheimer's robbed him of his ability to do these things he turned his focus on raising money to find a cure so that someday no one else would be robbed of the life they loved.  

Please help us fulfill his legacy and commitment to finding a cure for Alzheimer's disease.

I know times are tough and everyone is struggling to make ends meet. Please know that no donation is too small. Every donation helps!!

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