Ray Foresman was a dynamic, fun loving, family man who had a sarcastic sense of humor a glint in his eye and a wise crack ready. He made his living as a court room attorney who gave his opening and closing arguments without notes because he wanted to look each juror in the eye as he addressed them. He loved a good game of golf, waterskiing and driving his antique mahogany boat around beautiful Crystal Lake in Michigan.
Alzheimer's Disease robbed Ray Foresman of everything he held dear and took him away from the family who adored him. Alzheimer's is the fastest growing ailment in Arizona, but today there is a glimmer of hope for families who suffer with this disease. A new drug approved by the FDA, while not a cure, promises people in early stages of Alzheimer's with a slow down of memory loss. This means more holidays, more graduations, more enjoyment of loved ones without the panic and anger caused by memory loss.
Again I invite you to join Ray's Raiders, my team, either in person or virtually. As in the past, I'm asking for your contribution of at least chai (Hebrew for 18). Multiples of $18 or whatever you give will make a difference. If you click on the button to join the team, the Alzheimer's Association will send you a thank-you gift for donations of $100.00 or more. Of course, your check is always welcome.
Come walk with me and change the future.
Thank you for helping advance Alzheimer's support, care and research.
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