My dad has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's, his diagnosis came in the early stages about 3 years ago. My dad was always my go to...for finances, life decisions, and prescriptions. He built his life from the ground up...literally. Putting himself through pharmacy school, eating peanut butter to survive on and sending his older sister a few dollars as he earned ...them while being in college. As a kid, I never wanted for anything; he took care of his family financially and emotionally. He would come home from a long day at the pharmacy, tired, but still got on his hands and knees and would ride us around and play with us every night. When he finally opened his own pharmacy, my brother's and I loved to ask him, "How many prescriptions did you fill!" Excited to hear the increasing numbers. My dad was brilliant, hard working, fun and only wanted to see his family happy and have great memories for only to have them slowly slip away from him. There are days he can't recall my name but still has his quirky personality, laughing at the weirdest things, luckily I still feel his love. This year we have created a team and will walk to raise money to hopefully find a cure. Please support Papa's Peeps by making a donation and feel free to join our team and walk with The Papa!
This year we have created a team and will walk to raise money to hopefully find a cure. Please support Papa's Peeps by making a donation and feel free to join our team and walk with The Papa!
Thank you for helping us advance Alzheimer's support, care and research!
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