I'm leading the way to Alzheimer's first survivor by participating in the Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer's. I am doing this because I have seen very personally how dementia in any of its forms can effect a loved one and the family as well.
I have lost friends to dementia. I lost my dear friend and sister-in-law Rita Scott. I've known her since we were both in our late teens, married brothers and raised our families and kept them close.
Rita was a dedicated wife and mother, a devoted teacher. She was on the leading edge of any new technical development. She was bright with a great sense of humor.
She will always be missed, but always remembered.
Just last March, my neighbor Amy Borer died. Amy was a gifted gardener, her orchids were just amazing. This was just one way she brought beauty into the world. Her husband, Ed and family and her church were her center. She, also, is missed but remembered by the beauty she added to life.
Most of us know someone touched by some form of dementia. The monies raised support research. Please donate.
Thank you for helping advance Alzheimer's support, care and research.
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