Meet Preston, founder of Thompson Guitars. His legacy will live on through the guitars ... but he will be remembered for his courage, tenacity, and generous nature.
Meet 62-year-old Jodie. Sharing her story with NPCF, she writes, “I just want to share my story…. my name is Jodie and I believe with all my heart that I truly am a warrior!”
Meet Cindy, a vibrant mother of three, who is both hopeful and determined to beat the odds. She was kind enough to share her story with us to inspire, motivate, and promote awareness for pancreatic cancer.
Our Warrior David Betances was nominated by his wife, Yaneyra, who along with friends and family, are passionately keeping David’s memory alive.
In honor of our 10 year anniversary, NPCF reached out to Christina Parrish, an 11 year Pancreatic Cancer survivor and founder of the Purple Iris Foundation. This is her story.
John was nominated by his daughter, Dawn, who shares, “My father was diagnosed in May 2011, just 2 short months after saying goodbye to his mother, and 1 month after losing his mother-in-law, who loved him like a son.
Our warriorJoe was nominated by his loving niece, Katie. Joe, aged 59, was diagnosed on December 27th, 2018.
Bruce was recently nominated as a warrior by his daughter, Amy. Amy writes, “My dad was diagnosed in January 2015 and was given less than a year to live. By August 2015, his recent scans showed he was in remission which is usually unheard of with Pancreatic Cancer, so we threw him a surprise Celebration of Life party.”
Linda was diagnosed with Stage 2 pancreatic cancer in September of 2015. She was determined eligible for the Whipple procedure and had surgery the following October.
Cary, just a few days shy of 73, was diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer in August of 2015. He was nominated as a Warrior by his son, Scott.