Category: <span>People</span>

Love and Compassion

by Eric Flaherty –

What You Really Need

I was honored to be the guest speaker at the 2016 Becky’s Warriors Golf Outing and Dinner Fundraiser.  I am now a member of the Golf Outing Committee for this year’s event and excited to help the organization raise funds for others like me and my family.  I’d like to share with you my speech from last year’s event in hopes that anyone reading this will truly understand the impact this organization can have on not only those fighting cancer but the family members that fight alongside them….

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by Joe Flores –

All it takes is 1°…

In August of 2006, I was working my way through a branch office of a brokerage firm in Boca Raton, Florida. I remember the day very vividly; it was a hot, humid afternoon around 2pm and in typical South Florida fashion, the sun was shining, but we were in the midst of an afternoon downpour outside. I was going about my day, knocking on doors, shaking hands, generally just trying to do my job. More info

Making a Difference

by Tammie Harmon –

Terri Clark said, “When someone has cancer, the whole family and everyone who loves them does, too.”   

I felt compelled to join Becky’s Warriors to make a difference in the lives of families affected by cancer.

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Why I wanted to get involved

by Joe Flores –

I really wanted to get involved with Becky’s Warriors because of my grandparents, Joe and Marilyn Quill.

They were the best grandparents that anybody could ask for and I am truly blessed for having them play such an important part of my life. More info

What Becky’s Warriors means to me and my family?

by Amy Eaton Seymour –

For me personally, “Becky’s Warriors” are the wonderful people who supported Becky during her oncology battle.

Her family, friends and coworkers were so generous with their love, time and treasures.

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Why I wanted to get involved

by Tracy Patrizi VanderLuitgaren, 1994 graduate –

When I was in high school, a dear friend and Marian Catholic Community student was diagnosed with liver cancer.

At such a young age, it was very hard to comprehend why someone so young could be faced with such a terrible disease. More info