I participated in my first Walk to End Alzheimer's® in 2011. Back then I knew the mission was important, but hadn't realized just how much so until three years later. In 2014, I lost my dad to vascular dementia.
In 2015, we walked for the first time with our oldest daughter, Sylvie -- named for my dad who she never got to meet. While she was a newborn then, she's walked (or strolled) every year since. To Sylvie, this walk will always be called the "Grandpa Steve Walk," something she's taught her little sister in recent years.
We walk as a family every single year for all the people who can't, and so that someday others won't have to.
I hope you'll consider supporting my efforts this year. I truly believe that together we can someday end Alzheimer's disease.
Thank you for helping advance Alzheimer's support, care and research.
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