A couple of weeks ago, I posted a blog explaining the reasons why I’m joining Making Strides Against Breast Cancer with the KW San Diego team. For this week, I would like for you to know the members of the team and their motivations for participating in the said event.
Peggy Walkush is serving as the Fearless Leader of the Keller Williams San Diego Team at Making Strides Against Breast Cancer. She is going to walk in honor of her dear friend Brenda Signorino, who lost her battle with breast cancer this year. Brenda (the woman on the right side of the picture) was an active volunteer to several of the American Cancer Society‘s fund raising projects and was able to actually raise more than $100,000 for the cause. According to Peggy, Brenda always had a big smile and a hug. Peggy is committed to raising funds in order to avoid losing brilliant women like Brenda to breast cancer.
The team’s “Family Man” is Brian Cane (He’s the guy on the left picture holding his daughter Mia at last year’s event). Asides from the Keller Williams San Diego Team at Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, Brian will also be walking with his “personal” team, his family. Brian and his family are walking to honor inspirational breast cancer survivors such as his own grandmother and aunt. For them, the event is a perfect opportunity to unite as a community and raise funds to inspire people facing the challenges of the disease.
Ashley Lunn is actually challenged by the disease and this is her main motivation in joining Making Strides Against Breast Cancer with KW San Diego. About 4 years ago, Ashley was diagnosed with the big “C”. Instead of succumbing to panic and dread, she sought help from organizations like the American Cancer Society to battle breast cancer. She is grateful that the ACS provides assistance to individuals like her and believe that raising funds for breast cancer research made it possible to overcome her diagnosis.
In conclusion, I am inviting everyone to join the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer with the KW San Diego team. You either can walk with us (which would be a great honor especially for me) or Donate to this worthwhile cause. You can share even $5 because we know that every cent adds up to help in the fight against, as Ashley Lunn calls it, the Big “C”.