As a gift to those we honor, we share stories of our loved ones.
We are pleased to be able to offer this gift of recognition. Please click 'Add a tribute' and use the form to tell your story. Please scroll down to view tributes to our GRACE community. If you have questions please contact us at info@cancerGRACE.org.
Barb Murphy was a patient of Dr. West, and in her passing, her husband Tom has dedicated much of his time to Barb's Beer, and his "Racing to the Cure" campaign. We at GRACE love Tom, and are so grateful to him for his tireless commitment. Go Tom! We love you. Learn more about Tom and Barb, and their story at http://barbsbeer.org/.
Hope is the thing with feathers -That perches in the soul - And sings the tune without the words - And never stops - at all - And sweetest - in the Gale - is heard - And sore must be the storm - That could abash the little Bird That kept so many warm - I’ve heard it in the chillest land - And on the strangest Sea -Yet - never - in Extremity, It asked a crumb - of me. 8 years. Time passes ...
Judy Hill, a supporter of the GRACE community as long as we can remember. Judy attended every event and was always a force in the fight against lung cancer. A sweet and caring person, a teacher, an avid reader and sports fan, Judy loved crossword puzzles and walking in her lovely neighborhood. She shared herself with us all. She passed away after 7 years living with cancer, leaving a husband, parents, brother, sister and many friends and admirers. She is greatly missed by everyone who knew and loved her.
It is an honor to have known you Neil. You mean so much to so many. Your legacy will live on in the smiling faces of all of your children. You will be sadly missed in this earthly place, but we know you are home now. Love and Light, Denny, Cindy, Alexander and Lindsey Barnhart
We love and miss you, Mr. A... With Buckets Full of Tears, The Dogmetchi-Ganion Clan
I will miss you so.
We miss your smile and laughter everyday. You fought this beast called lung cancer for 3 1/2 years with grace and dignity. Thank you to GRACE for keeping us informed and giving us hope.
Judy fought the fight of a non smoker. She and Ken, her husband, made a life plan for each 3 months between scans. Together they led their lives with hope and grace. After 7 and a half noble years. Her friends and family were all deeply moved and influenced by their courage.
We miss you terribly every second of every minute of every day. We still cannot believe that you are gone. We LOVE you, Mony! We LOVE and ADORE you! Forever Heartbroken, Laya, James, Sophie, Liam & Phoebe