I lost my Dad, John Tysall, to Alzheimer’s, six years ago and his loss is felt immensely everyday. Our family will never be the same without his sense of humor, his courageous spirit and his love.
Honestly in some ways we lost him way before he went to be with the Lord because for years prior he wasn’t himself. He was reserved, unsure, restless, angry, forgetful and at times just mean. He was a shadow of the man we knew.
Every year I participate in the Walk to end Alzheimer’s to honor my Dad’s memory and to support the research necessary to end this horrible disease.
Please join me in saving another family from having to feel the sadness and hopelessness our family experienced. The Alzheimer’s Association is working hard everyday to find a cure. Please join me in honoring my Dad and help make a difference by supporting my walk.
Thank you for helping advance Alzheimer's support, care and research.
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