Walk4Good is dedicated to inspiring, educating and empowering both children and adults to practice kindness towards each other and towards animals and to pass acts of kindness onto others. We also strive to share and provide acts of kindness, raise funds and assist those individuals or local organizations in need.
For my mom, Heidi Schmidt. I will hold the door for people.
I'd like to dedicate a mile for my 5 year old daughter Jayna. She is full of joy and promise and if taught early, with programs like this one, will be fully prepared to effect positive change herself some day not too far away.
Please walk a mile for all the kids who have committed suicide in the past two years, and to hopefully make bullying a hate crime.
For my grandmother Patricia Tyrrell. I will help my family out and baby sit more.
My dedication is to my mother, Susan LaFalgio, who struggled with breast cancer for 13 months and passed away in February of 2008.
For young people.
Please walk a mile for Derek Peterson.
Ernest Henry Francis Meyer
Please walk a mile for my family.
Please walk a mile for my future Goddaughter Kyli, for my fellow staff members, for my best friend in the army and for my family. I will work hard in finals and start tutoring again. I will join Big Brothers Big Sisters and help with Habitat for Humanity.
Walk a mile for Yale Stogel because he is working on wellness. I will be kind to someone who isn't.
I dedicate a mile to my friends Nikki, Joe and Michael.
Please walk a mile in honor of my parents' 25th anniversary and for 25 more years! Help my family at home.
I dedicate a mile to Arhur Ingrassia and Jeannette Ingrassia, the faculty and staff of Molloy HS and the class of 2013 at Molloy HS.
For my parents. I will be a good son and call my parents every day.
I dedicate a mile to my son and his father. They have made me strong each and every day. They make me look for a better and brighter future. God has truly blessed me.
Please walk a mile for my dad. He makes me sandwiches, and he takes good care of me. I will help my mom make dinner.
To my family because they always help me when I am down and if I need help. I will help (my family) them when they are down and need help.
I would like to dedicate my mile to my parents who showed me how to appreciate life and have enabled me to wake up every morning to the spectacular view of the sun rising over the Hudson River.
A person dear to me who loves the Appalachian Trail but is unlikely to hike it again, who is fond of the Roan Mtn. segment in NC
Please walk a mile for my lovely children who make me proud of them each and every day.
I dedicate a mile to Lisa Petovello.
Tori Ann Petovello
I dedicate a mile to Che-la Devonshire for being a strong, powerful young woman.
I dedicate a mile to: Joseph, Lucretzia, Annette Zanca and to my cousins, aunts and uncles.
My brother Roman. In honor of him and all the others like him who struggle with substance abuse.
I dedicate a mile to my entire family.
To my son Arman Karevee.
On this my 14th anniversary as a nephrology social worker, I dedicate a mile to all of the patients I have cared for that have endured their battle with kidney disease.
I dedicate this to the best mom.
To my best friend Katherine, I love you homie!
Please walk a mile for the less fortunate, sick and their caretakers. May God give us the strength and compassion to help them during these difficult times.
To my mom and sister for being good role models.
I dedicate this to my aunt who doesn't have a job currently.
Isabella Marie Mezzettone
This dedication is to my sister, Karol Markosky. Every day she works fighting for the rights of the elderly in NYC. Her focus on making this world a better place shines though with her fierce dedication to the environment and human rights. She is inspiring to me every day!
Please walk a mile for our dog Sandy Mutone. She was our first baby forever and a wonderful, sweet and loving member of our family. We love and miss her so much! I will volunteer with my 3 girls at the soup kitchen or Hi Tor Animal Care Center.
I dedicate a mile to my mom because she does everything for me and my family. How
I dedicate this to my grandmother.
For my family and friends. I will be more kind to people.
I dedicate a mile to my dad who I lost when I was a little girl. I miss him so much. I will be more patient and understanting with people in general.
Please walk a mile for Ismael my brother who has muscular dystrophy.
I dedicate a mile to Dereck Flynn.
Please walk a mile for Rosie, my Papillon who I rescued at 13 years old. She passed away 1 year later. She was a tortured soul who found comfort in my home and I want to remember her for the sweet little dog she was. I will help find homes for all the dogs and cats I help at Hi Tor Animal Care Shelter.
I dedicate this mile to my father. I love him so much and he is the reason I am so successful at everything I do.
My entire family near and far. I will help the world the rest of the way.
Ania Mary Torigian
Please walk a mile for my mother. She is having major back and hip problems.
I dedicate this to my mom who keeps me going, takes me to all my hockey games and practices, and I would not be where I am today without her.
My grandfather who has cancer.
For all of my friends and family.
I would like to dedicate your journey to my father John Ahle since he is slowly losing his ability to walk due to neuropothy.
I want to dedicate one mile to my great grandma Lee Toskas. She's in a nursing home and isn't really seeing the reasons to keep on living.
I dedicate a mile to my father Eric Ronaldo Cruz who is my father not by blood but by choice. He accepted me, took care of me and loves me as his daughter. I will be forever grateful to have met him.
I dedicate this mile to my family.
I dedicate this to my grandfathers who served in WW2 in Europe at the young age of 18.
I dedicate a mile to my mom, dad, my brother and my grandparents.
I would like to dedicate a mile to my Mom, Dad and Peggy my sister...all of whom have passed away. They were all very important people in my life and I miss them very much. They were all animal lovers! In return I will work on helping Hi-Tor Animal shelter to find homes for their shelter pets and to continue to donate food and items whenever possible.
Please walk a mile for "Babz" Bunt Kasa. She has been a friend for almsot 50 years and was there for me emotionally and literally when I needed a roof over my head...her empathy and advice got me through. Besides, her laughter is contagious ! Luv Ya' !!!
I practice the pay-it-forward philosophy when dealing with my tenants. I treat them with respect and compassion. When they have issues, I respond immediately and do the right thing. I promise to continue doing just that.
Please walk a mile in dedication of my grandfather, Kurt Svensson, who passed away. He battled through different cancers and was a war veteran. He was a great person - motivational and could always please a smile on your face with his stories. I will volunteer more and help with more societies. Also, I will continue to donated blood when offered at our school.
Please walk a mile for my grandpa Yussie Harris because he has been an inspiration to me and countless others.
In dedication to my grandma that just passed away last week
For my Uncle John who died last year of pancreatic cancer. I will do a kind thing for someone each day.
Anthony Nicholas Cioffi
Please walk a mile for my grandfather because he is a great man and is recovering from a heart attack. He walks every day.
Michael William Smith
For Sean DePatto, a 9 year-old boy who suffered Leukemia for 7 years of his life and inspired a community. He passed away in 2012. Have blood drives in his honor. Hold a dedication ceremony in his honor. Hold a charity walk to raise money for L.L.S.
Thiells Elementary School
I would like to make a dedication to my mom and grandmother that gave me so much and I seldom see since I left El Salvador 9 years ago. I miss you so much!
I dedicate a mile to my mom.
I dedicate a mile to my hard working father and mother, my amazing and crazy siblings Bernard, Jr. and Angelica.
Please walk a mile for my mother Dilcia Hilario who has been struggling almost all my life as a single mother for my sister and I.
I would like to dedicate a mile to my friend Gregory A. Jarlson who recently passed away from Cancer. He was a good friend of mine who was like a brother to me. I didn't see him all the time, but whenever I need him he was there for me. He also went the extra mile for me, without me asking for help. I think of him often and wish for others to get regular checkups every year because it can be a lifesaver.
My baby brother.
I dedicate a mile to my great uncle, who died last year of pancreatic cancer.
Please walk a mile for my Dad, Donald Burton, who died 2 years ago at age 83. A farm boy, he joined the Navy in WWII then became a college teacher. He was an inspiration not only to me but to many of his students.
I don't know yet what I'll do in return, but will keep my eye out for some way to pay it forward. Thanks.
I dedicate this to my mother for all things she has done for me in the past.
Please walk a mile for my mommy Gloria Maria Brignoni - Bautista - May 13, 1936-March 15, 2005. She lived with pancreatic cancer for 3 years before passing away. I will buy a cup of coffee for someone.
Walk a mile for my cousin who died of AIDS in 1989. In honor of those who have lost life or have AIDS. Walk a mile to cure AIDS and for mental health awareness to take away the stigma. I will donate blood.
I would like to dedicate a mile to my mom Diane Fuller because she takes me to fun places and takes care of me when I am sick.
I dedicate to my mom for all her support and love.
Ludie Therancia Joseph
This is dedicated to Adam and Christy Coppola who are "Spreading Health and Happiness through the gift of a bike" by completing a self-supported bike tour of all 50 states in a calendar year with their focus on fundraising for two charities, Achilles International and World Bike Relief.
I dedicate this mile for all the people who have been hurt by others in their lives.
My dedication is for my mother Emilla. I love her very much. She is very strong and cancer free for two years.
Please walk a mile for my mom - she was always there for me. I will donate blood.
I dedicate a mile to my grandfather because he was so supportive of my decisions of what I wanted to do with my life when everyone else put me down and told me I was crazy.
Please walk a mile for my mother because she is hardworking who is surviving with one kidney.
To my dog Foster who just recently died from brain cancer. He was my best friend and gave me the best years of my life.
For Granny :) I will visit my Grandma at least once a week.
PLease walk a mile for my cousin who is recently pregnant with little money or support.
I dedicate a mile to Sean Depatto who is a young boy sick with Leukemia in our community. He has a whole family who are worried about him. He fought it once but his family arenêt so sure this time
For my Aunt Mary because she has liver cancer and is struggling to fight it off. Also, please walk for my great grandfather who is now in heaven. I will help my parents not fight with my brother and I will be kinder to everyone.
Please walk a mile for Gabby Dicarlo (she's a cheerleader).
To my little brother.
My mom is currently fighting pancreatic cancer. Please walk a mile for her and for all those fighting against cancer.
To my Mom and Dad I lost them both way to early.
To my parents, they've always been there for me, have my best interest and always help me even though I might not always deserve it.
For the students at our school.
I dedicate a mile to my grandmother, Catherine Broderick. She passed away four years ago at 93 years old. She was the nicest person I have ever known and I miss her every day. She inspired me to be a better person and I pass her house every time I come home from school.
I dedicate a mile to my grandpa because he was always doing things for other to keep people happy.
To my son.
Please walk a mile in honor of my grandmother. She was an inspirational woman who taught me many things and made me the woman I am today.
Please walk a mile in memory of my father Dr. John Onofrio. My father was a special man. He was an educator his entire life starting out as a teacher, advancing to principal and finally superintendent of schools in a community in urban Connecticut. My father was dedicated to his work and sometimes growing up my siblings were not always happy that we shared my father with thousands of others. He was a good kind man and always had a smile on his face. Wherever we went somebody always knew him or thought they did. At my fatherês wake my family was amazed at how many lives my father touched and changed simply by listening and doing what he could to help them.
Please walk a mile for Samuel Demarest. He is getting his life together.
I wanted to dedicate a mile to my amazing boyfriend, timothy. He's kind, caring, respectful and just amazing and I am such a lucky girl to have him. He knows all my low points and troubles and insecurities, yet he's still with me. I find that alone amazing.
Please walk a mile in dedication for the memory of my aunt and grandmother who passed away. Every day I miss them. Please walk a mile in memory of them.
Please walk a mile to help ease the pain of a father lost. A family that is close to us lost their father/husband this year. May they find comfort and joy as they move forward in life.
To my mom who always gave her time to my school when I was young.
I want to dedicate a mile to my aunt, a very inspirational woman. She gave up a well paying job to do something she loves, baking. She taught me to do what I love.
For my neighbor.
My dedication is for my grandfather, he died and was sick from cancer.
To my mom, she does so much for me.
Please walk a mile for my parents who raised me well.
I dedicate this to my Grandma Josephine.
This is a great idea you guys have. Good luck with your walk! I dedicate my mile to my parents. They are wonderful, loving, helpful parents. They have been there for me through good and bad times. They mean the world to me. Love you both.
I dedicate a mile to my mother, Paula Vasquez, because of her willingness to help others when she can.
For my grandpa who has cancer.
For my 90 year old Daddy "Buck."
To my friend Emily who is very sick in the hospital. She has been brave and strong. I want her to get well soon!
For my son, Maxwell Vazquez. He is the best son in the world. I will continue to be a people person!
To my mom and dad.
Please walk a mile in honor of my parents Daniel and Mary, they are gone but their legacy remains. They taught me the importance of a job well done, good manners, responsibility, handwritten notes and the importance of laughing until milk comes out of your nose.
My dedication is for kids all around the world.
I dedicate a mile to my dad Eurique Martinez. Heês a good guy who has always been there for me every time I need him.
Elbin Audres Martinez De La Cruz
I dedicate this mile to my dad, for his courage love and hard work.
Ludie Therancia Joseph
To the children of Phursat Province in Cambodia. I will go back to Cambodia with Hope World Wide and help the children there.
Please walk in the memory of my uncle Hank who taught me to thrive in the face of hardship and to never give up to disease or pain.
My dedication goes to Abbe - a 10 year old girl. She survived cancer after a year of 56 treatments. Her determination throughout the year was fascinating.
To Jodi. You already are spiritual
I dedicate a mile to the Washington Square Hobo Army (Joel "Hollywood", Tucket Mowatt, Dougue "Grandpa", Phoenix Aastad, George "Bacon", Russel, Larry, James Gubbins)
I would like to dedicate a mile to my father, who would have been 79 this week.
To my mom for everything she has done for me.
To everyone in the yearbook class who worked hard on the pages.
My cousin Julio Caceres.
Please walk a mile for my daughter and for my aunt who just passed away.
I dedicate this mile to my dad.
To my uncle who was in a car accident.
Joshua Sergio Raymond
I dedicate a mile to others.
I humbly ask of you, Christine and Jessie, to walk a mile for my Grandmother, Ruby. This woman is 92 years old, and each morning, noon, and/or night when I leave or come home and see her, she either responds with the most welcoming and non-judgmental smile, laugh or song. She speaks of her age as "now, that I'm getting a bit older in my life..." and she constantly stretches her mind and body, day in and day out, to continue to be open to whatever new changes the world comes to see. Her pure, loving soul is my inspiration for happiness and love and kindness, and if I could pass from this life with at least an ounce of her character in my own self, then I will be content with just that and nothing more.
Please walk a mile for my 11 year old sister because someone that young and small has the biggest influence on me. I will be a more active member of society and be more helpful to those around me in need.
To my grandfather, we miss you and you'll always be in my heart.
I dedicate a mile for Ryan Nally. He is my friend and camper from special camps that I volunteer at over the summer. He passed away a year ago and I would like to keep his memory alive.
For Kenny Fusco and Christopher Britch. I will smile at a stranger.
To pets and people in need.
I dedicate this to my family.
Please walk a mile for my brother Nathaniel. He treats me nice. I promise to help my mom around the house.
Please walk a mile in honor of one of my good friends who was killed three weeks ago over a Facebook dispute. He was a neighborhood friend and we always played basketball together. I will continue to encourage kids in my neighborhood to attend school and stop resorting to violence.
To my grandfather who died when I was 11 he had a heart attack.
Dmielina Garcia Dominguez
I dedicate this to my family who has always loved me, who care for me and support me with anything I want.
Heldy Capellan Martinez
I dedicate my mile to all of the strong and resilient women in my life: my mother Sara, Holocaust survivor, primary caregiver when Dad had Alzheimer's, and fighter through 3 spinal cord surgeries; my wife Meryl, cancer survivor and too many other life altering challenges to list (including being married to me); my daughters LIndsey and Lauren, who both show great courage as they battle with life long health challenges; and my sweet granddaughter Mia, for whom I say a special prayer every night.
For my mom.
To my grandmother, Brigida Hernandez, who passed away in 2009.
I dedicate a mile to my mom because she is amazing and is always there for me and I just LOVE her.
I dedicate a mile to my father R.I.P. who passed away July 5, 2011. He will never be forgotten.
Vanessa Annemarie Lleras
I dedicate a mile to my mom. I will take my grandma out for dinner and make her feel special.
I dedicate a mile to Estelle Duran (my grandmother). She died of cancer in July.
I dedicate a mile to people struggling with addiction, to my parents and my friends.
I dedicate this to my mother because of the amazing person she is and all that she has done for me.
PLease walk a mile for Edwin Guzman.
For my family and a friend.
I dedicate a mile to my Nana Rosie. She died of breast cancer. I never got the chance to say goodbye.
Julia Elizabeth Clayton
I dedicate this mile to my grandfather who is a cancer survivor. I will positively influence the world with praise.
I dedicate a mile to my sister, Helena, an inspired teacher and a loyal friend.
To my grandfather who died a couple of years ago
My list of dedications might be a bit long, but each one is too important not to include. First and foremost I would like to dedicate my deep thanks to my mom for every sacrifice she made so I could be here today. From giving me a wonderful education, a deep sense of faith and, showing me the best examples of a compassionate heart. She was there for every step, from the best moments to the darkest. This dedication is to her. My next dedication is to my wonderful brothers who I know I can call any time for anything, big or small, and they will be there even if it is just to talk. They are three great guys!! My next dedication is to my loving children and husband who make my days more joyful and happier than I could have ever dreamed. To grandma and grandpa Boyce, your presence and spirit is with me always even though you have been gone for so long.To my Special Olympic swim team athletes and my coaching staff, you inspire me everyday to enjoy every moment we are given. Lastly, to the doctors and surgeons who have helped me fight the disease of endometriosis for so many years and given me back a much better quality of life than I had when the disease started. I owe you my life and my deepest thanks for never giving up the hope I would once again be well.
I'm dedicating a mile to the non profit organization Community Partners, Inc. who have been caring for my disabled sister Carol for many years. Carol is severely mentally challenged and her needs are being met by the dedicated workers of this organization. Thanks for making her life a little less challenging and putting joy in her life.
To my grandmother who passed away from breast cancer.
I dedicate a mile to my aunt Christine who is currently fighting liver and colon cancer.
I dedicate a mile to my mother. She is the kindest person I know despite trouble in her life.
Ann Marie Gaglio
I dedicate a mile to my best friend, she inspires me to be a kinder person.
My father's best friend Kevin who died in 2003. He was 42 years old with two young kids and died suddenly of a heart attack.
To my aunt who died from breast cancer.
I am dedicating a mile to my friends who have always been there for me.
I dedicate this to Hans Lueders, one of the most ambitious and nicest people I have ever met.
I dedicate this to my mom and dad. I will get the mail, garbage and do the dishes without being asked. But for my dad, I will help more around the house.
Please walk a mile for my grandma who suffers from Alzheimerês.
Please walk a mile for my mother and father. They are with me through everything and I have always known they love me. I will help my mom out at home.
Please walk a mile in honor of my parents who are both deceased. My Dad died of lymphoma on May 7 and Mom died in 2004 of Supranuclear palsy. I miss them terribly. I am a regular platelet donor and I will donate again next week. Thank you very much.
I dedicate a mile to my father and mother Mario and Mary Espana. They inspire me to believe in myself and to work hard and succeed in life.
I dedicate a mile to my best friend Thalia because she is one of the most hard-working and giving people I know. She always inspires me to put others before myself.
I dedicate this to my family, for always being there for me.
I would like a mile to be dedicated to all of the brave little souls that are battling cancer or other serious illnesses on a daily basis. The strength and courage that the families that have to cope with this is amazing and inspiring. I will try to help put smiles on their faces through donating Capes and tutus through emmys heart CT.
Jaime Golanski Zmijewski
Please walk a mile for my grandmother who is no longer with us. She was a joy to have as a grandmother.
Please walk a mile for my dad to come home safe from Afghanistan.
Please walk a mile for my dad for always being there for me.
Please walk a mile for Peter Rivera.
To my uncle Danny.
I dedicate this to my father, Pat Mullen because of what he has done for me. He has spent time with me and practiced sports with me. He has also made me dinner, made my lunch and booked trips for my family and I to have a good time. I will help my dad with chores and I will spend time with him so we can have fun together.
I dedicate a mile to our military.
I dedicate a mile to one of my oldest and dearest friends Janet Barnett. She is going through chemo for stage 4 rectal cancer. She is one of the strongest women I know and if anyone can beat it she can! Her immediate goal: to feel strong enough to spend the week in Provincetown with her wife Laura the week of the women's events and to scrap up enough money to afford it. In return: I have just picked up cases of bleach, kitty litter and dog biscuits to bring to Hi-Tor Animal Shelter.
Please walk a mile in honor of my Grandpa who died 16 years ago. He was a brave man who I admired greatly. In return I will babysit for my friend and his wife so they can have their first night out after the birth of their daughter a year ago.
I would like to dedicate a mile in loving memory of my parents Frank and Virginia Quaranti.
Mary Anne Ward
Please walk a mile for Emily and all the other R.A.'s who do a good job at MSMC. I will help someone.
My dedication is for children, teenagers and people in the community.
I will be dedicating this Walk4Good for my sister, Kara.
To those with breast cancer.
For Granny. I will give compliments to people.
I dedicate this for my mom Nereida.
I dedicate a mile to Dedi Tarogia. She died from cancer but never let anyone know how upset she was
Helen Head, my mother. May she rest in peace and enjoy her time above. She was Mweimportance of women friends.
I dedicate this mile to my family. They always help me when I am stuck and cheer me up when I feel down. They support me in everything I do and always help me achieve my goals.
I am dedicating a mile to my family for their continued love and support.
To my parents.
I dedicate a mile to my grandpa. He loved everyone with all his heart. He was always kind to everyone.
I would like to dedicate a mile to my father, uncles and cousins, and friends who are like my family who have served or are currently serving in the armed forces. They have made sacrifices I could never fathom to help keep us safe. Thank you for your honor, your bravery and for your dedication!
Please walk a mile for my mom who is a 2 time cancer survivor. I will volunteer at the Dog Walk today.
Please walk a mile for all those suffering from Diabetes.
For my family.
I dedicate my act of kindness to my Mom, aka Saint Vickie. One of 13 children, Mom was truly my Rock of Gibraltar. Her love, spirit and laughter live on, teaching me the real important things in life.
I dedicate a mile to my mom, Connie Felice.
Walk for my best friend Rachel who cannot walk.
I dedicate a mile to the Chiku Awali children.
To my aunt.
to my mom if it wasnt for her who knows where i would be now
I dedicate a mile to my mother Rosa Vargas who has taught me how to treat others with kindness and devotes her life to her patients.
To dedicate this for my family because I love them.
I dedicate this to my family and friends for always being there for me and always listening and trusting me.
I would like to dedicate a mile for my mother who died last December.
I would like to dedicate this mile to my grandparents, who have been a huge part of my life since day one, and have supported me all the way.
I dedicate a mile to other people.
Jack H. Blair (my Dad)
The first man in my life, he set the bar high and I am thankful. Put family first and lead by example. Honesty is the only policy.
I dedicate this to my mom. I will take out the recyclables for a month.
Ashley Megan Phelan
To my father who died
I dedicate a mile to the thing that never ends.
I dedicate a mile to my motherês friend who has twins. The twinsê dad died of cancer.
To my aunt who passed away.
Please walk a mile for my best friend. Sheês having a tough year. Sheês been going through many personal struggles.
Please walk a mile for my brother who died in 1998 from lung cancer. I will volunteer to help people with disabilities and I will do random acts of kindness!
i dedicate this to my friend daniel
Please walk a mile for my Aunt Kerri. She is struggling with Leukemia. I will be more aware of my actions (say thank you, hold the door for people). I will also donate money to a good cause.
I dedicate a mile to Karen Choray, my aunt, who passed away from cancer.
This dedication is for my parents.
I would like to dedicate a mile to those in hospitals.
I would like to dedicate this to Kurt Trey Laurence who is a 17 year-old boy whose life was taken from him on November 26, 2011. He was a generous, caring, talented, funny young man whose life was taken. Please also walk for my mother and sister.
i dedicate this to my best friend viviana
My mom and grandma.
Please walk a mile for my Aunt Sussee who passed away October 31, 2011. She fought the battle with lung cancer for 3 years after being told she only had 6 months to live. Thank you so much! I will donate blood within the year.
Please walk a mile in honor of my students with special needs. I am a Special Education teacher at North Rockland High School in Thiells, NY. My students inspire me everyday! They do not let their disabilities stand in the way of their success.
For all of the MSMC Resident Assistants. I will not litter.
I dedicate a mile to my family. Whenever I set a goal, I can always count on my family to back me.
I would like to dedicate this mile to everyone who has a dream and also to my grandma who is one of the most beautiful people in the world.
I dedicate a mile to my family, especially my mother, for helping me throughout my life and supporting me in everything I do.
I dedicate a mile for my daughter Danielle who has been a blessing to me ever since I adopted her.
To my father who helped all those people when the house exploded in Haverstraw, NY.
Please walk a mile for Jos_ Guzman, my fellow classmate who took his life a month ago. I want to show him that even though we didn't talk much, someone noticed him and cares.
I would like to dedicate this to all those who are unhappy.
I dedicate a mile to my mom.
I would like to dedicate a mile in memory of a friend that took his own life on January 15, 2012 unexpectadley. Nathan Wilson was a 16 year old teenager that loved his friends and family. He was on the track team at his local high school, and he also was the kicked for the football team. Nathan always had a smile on his face no matter what happened, andhe was always dtermined to do his best. Nathan was also heading to states in Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). The death of our friend Nathan rocked the small towns of Harwinton and Burlington. At his funeral that was held in Thomaston over 1000 people showed up to say their final prayers and ask him to watch over us. Before he passed away, he saved 5 lives, because he donated his organs, including his heart. Whoever got his heart better know that they have a heart of gold and the strongest heart out there. His mom who taught at the high school as a Business teacher. She has been the most rock solid person and has been there for all us who shed enough tears to make the Nile River flow. He will truly be missed by all, and in his memory, we ask that you walk a mile for him.
Christine and Jesse,
Please walk a mile for my Dad, John.
He is the strongest most grateful and caring person I know. He is not only dedicated to his family he is always looking for things he can do to help everyone he comes in contact we. He is the greatest example of completing acts of kindess that I know.
I dedicate a mile to my parents because they have been there for me throughout everything.
I dedicate a mile to my godfather, Paul Gonzalez, who passed away.
I would like to dedicate my this mile to my belated pets Excalibur and Jasper. They helped me heal emotionally when humans could not.
Please walk a mile for Alexandra Santana, my aunt who is a 2 time breast cancer survivor. I will make Saturday "Be Kind to Everyone Day!"
For my great grandmother's health.
Please walk a mile in honor and memory of my nephew Cpt. Kyle Van De Giesen a United States Marine who lost his life in Afghanistan on Oct 26, 2009. He loved his country and his family so very much....he never got to meet his son who was born 2 weeks after he died. RIP Kyle you are loved and missed everyday. I will continue to give blood whenever they call me and to do all that I can to help wherever I am needed.
I dedicate a mile to my mother, Miriam Lenglet, and my father, Gerard Lenglet. I lost them both too soon in life, but the love and wisdom they gave me will last a lifetime. This week would have been their 31st anniversary; they had an enless, passionate love that you usually only see in the movies. Everyone wanted what they had. When my father passed in 2002, my mother and I become closer than ever. She was my best, best friend. I told her EVERYTHING. She never judged me. She told me I was beautiful everday, and how much she loved me. I remember how she used to walk up to random pergnant woman on the street, grab their bellies, and tell them "You're so beautiful!". I was embarrassed at first, until she explained that sometimes woman feel tired and not very good about themselves when they are pregnant, and it helps to have someone remind them they are beautiful. Her smile was contagious; people would meet her for one minute, and they were never the same. I miss her and my dad so much, but I will always be their baby. I am able to love fully because of them, and I am in love with a wonderful man. I can't wait to pass on everything they taught me to my own children. Thank you Mommy and Papi.
Please walk a mile for my dad.
I dedicate a mile to my grandmother Nora Kerrigan.
Please walk a mile for my family and for me.
I dedicate this to my mom because of how strong she has been this year after finding out she has cancer
Samantha Ann Negron
For my late aunt who passed away.
I dedicate a mile to my family who stuck with me throughout my hard times in school, volleyball and with my diabetes.
To my parents.
My mom, a breast cancer survivor who is still struggling with the aftermath of this terrible disease.
For my mom
I dedicate this to my parents who always take care of me and love me no matter what. I also dedicate this to Sean Depatto.
To those who need help.
Walk a mile for Janet Barnett my dearest friend for over 40 years who is going through Chemo for stage 4 rectal cancer. She is also climbing, moving forward, stumbling, falling down but always getting up to see the next sunrise on the horizon.
Please walk a mile for my Nana because she has really been sick but is getting better. She moved back to the Phillipines so I cannot visit her anymore. I will donate blood.
Cathleen Ashley Santa Teresa
To my little sisters.
I dedicate this mile to my mom who has helped me be successful in my life.
Please walk a mile for my mom because she works very hard to raise her family. I will volunteer at a dog shelter.
Please walk a mile for my mom who is in pain every day of her life - it's unbelievable at times. Why not just say one kind word to each person in my path - beginning tonight - and continue with two kind words, then three then four. WOW. It begins with a simple yes then a meaningful yes then a wonderful yes. It begins with baby steps.
For my family.
I dedicate a mile to my family and friends.
To my mom.
For my uncle who has M.S.
Those stricken with grief, illness and hard times.
I will do more each day to be mindful of others' circumstances and do whatever I can to make each day just a little better.
For my dog. I will take her for a mile walk each day.
Please walk a mile for my sister Jennifer. She helps me clean my room. I will make cards for my friends in my class.
I will start a fundraiser for kids who can't afford surgical procedures and medical help. I will show my appreciation and do things for people when they need me like when they are hurt.
Please walk a mile for my beautiful sister, Lyndsay Hope Ellison. She is my inspiration every day to be a better person.
I dedicate a mile to my mom because she is the strongest, most supportive person in my life.
I dedicate a mile to my grandma who died last month. She inspired me because she was always so nice and giving and she always took care of me.
For my mother for all her hard work.
Please walk a mile for Kathleen and Harry Riconda, wonderful in-laws. Kathleen passed away from lung cancer 3 years ago, I still miss her. I will volunteer to walk my dog for a month instead of my husband doing it each day.
To my sister. I will dedicate to spending more time with her.
I dedicate a mile to my mom, dad, Rudy, Amy, Anya, Barbara, Kristin and Jessica.
I dedicate this mile to my mom.
Please walk a mile for my grand mom because she means everything to me.
I want you to walk a mile for my friend Damien who got killed at a party the same day as my birthday.
I dedicate a mile to my mother. She is the most hard-working person I know and I love her to bits.
i dedicate this to my best friend kiran
I dedicate a mile to my cousin Nicole Ngan, my mom, my grandmother, my aunt Jone and my aunt Portia.
I dedicate a mile to my mom. I will take my grandma out for dinner and make her feel special.
Walk a mile for my mother who is 97. She needs all the positive energy and love that she can get! She is a wonderful woman who is in her last years of her wonderful life. In return, I will make five positive compliments to those I encounter every day for a week! And I see a ton of people!
I dedicate this to my 2 1/2 year old brother who's name is Neil. I will walk my dog because my mom and dad get tired and don't feel like doing it.
I dedicate this to my grandpa Tim Flaherty. He was a wonderful person and I miss him very much.
For my Grandmother. I miss her very much. I will practice more patience, and also I am running a marathon as a fundraiser for Fisher House, which helps military families.
I dedicate a mile to understand others in their situations, especially my parents.
I dedicate this to my two kids, who have taught me more in life than any other person or experience has! They have proven that anyone can be turned into a "softy" on a moments notice! Love you two to pieces!! GOOD LUCK WITH THE WALK -WHAT A GREAT IDEA!
For my family. I will show more love.
To my mother. Every day she is a survivor/hero. She deals with 2 teenage girls, full time job and family drama but is always positive and trying.
I am dedicating a mile to Christopher Dougherty who has been there and continues to be there for us every day. He inspires us to be better people.
Please walk a mile for Lorraine Brenner. She is recovering from pancreatic cancer.
I dedicate this to my grandma.
Molly Carol Cox
I want to dedicate this to my grandmother who has Alzheimerês. She has done a lot for people over the years.
I would like to dedicate a mile to my children Isabella and Daniella. They are my hero's they push themselves day in and day out and accomplish things I never could
I am dedicating one mile to my grandfathers and great uncles who have fought in many different wars like Korea, Vietnam and World War II. Some of whom now have cancer and are crippled from bullets and shrapnel. This dedication is to show my family who are veterans and to show troops that I care and people love them and care about them.
Cayleen Mary Elizabeth Murphy
To mother for putting in her all in trying to lose weight.
I dedicate a mile to my parents who taught me the importance of school.
I want to dedicate a mile to all my family members who have passed away from cancer. Love you guys!
Please dedicate a mile for my brother Rafael Fernando Raulo. He was a great person and did a lot for other people.
For an anonymous student.
Walk a mile for my Aunt Lisa.
My sister, Alexandra Fanizzi. She is an inspiration to me every single day. I wouldn't be half the person I am today without her undying love and support through all the hardships and triumphs in my life. She doesn't give herself enough credit for all the good she does and represents.She's an incredible woman, that absolutely anyone would be lucky to know.
Please walk a mile for my Grandmother who passed away 3 years ago. I will help my parents more at home.
I would like to dedicate a mile to my father Charles Seymour that passed away from brain cancer 5 years ago. One of his most beloved activities throughout his life was hiking and involving himself in the wilderness. Coming from NYC, he took every opportunity he could to utilize any open space he could find!
Please walk a mile for my beloved Golden - Roxanne Liberty - who died of cancer. I will donate to the Hi-Tor Animal Care Center.
To my youngest brother and my family.
Chanrichny Nancy Uce
My dedication is to my mom Stephanie. She is a single mother raising two kids. She inspires me every day to be a better person and she always encourages me to follow my dreams. I love you mom always
For my mom, grandma and my sister who are always there for me even when times are tough. I will pick up litter on the trails in Rockland and be kind to other people.
Please walk a mile in honor of my step mom who passed away from AIS. I will make more time to take my grandmother out for a ride.
I and dedicating this mile to my family, especially my parents.
Please walk a mile for my grandmother.
Please walk a mile of the White Mountains in NH in honor of my sister Mary who was my hiking partner for years. She went missing while hiking in the Olympic National Park a few years ago and emerged nearly a week after she was expected. I am grateful for answered prayers and her determination. The woods would never be the same without her.
For Dad. I will volunteer all summer at the ER of Brookdale Hospital.
To my mother Kerry.
I dedicate this to my dad who has been through a lot in his life.
Please walk a mile for my Grandma Pat, who truly cherished the beauty of life and the vibrancy and uniqueness of everyone she loved.
I dedicate a mile to my band.
I dedicate a mile to my grandfather, a person I did not get to learn enough from.
I dedicate this to my family and friends.
I want you to walk a mile for the people suffering in third world countries.
To my dog so she gets healthy again.
I dedicate a mile to my cousin.
To my wife, Arlene, for the inspiration I receive from her every day.
I would like to you walk for my family.
My dedication goes to my beautiful daughter Candice, who is getting married in just one week, for sharing her life with us for the past 28 years and giving us so much happiness. And to my son Keith, who continues to fight his battle with bipolar. Be the winner, never give in. You have so much love to give. You both are the best.
I dedicate to my Papa (great grandfather) because he has always looked out for me and has taken good care of me. I will donate my outgrown clothes and toys to kids who need them.
i dedicate this to my best friend evie
For Emily Keenan. I will not litter on 4/27/12.
I dedicate this mile to my mother, my brother, my sister, my dad, my grandma, my best friends and God. Iêd also like to dedicate this to Cecilia, Claudio, Cristian, Catherine, Rosa, Dareline, Crystel, Jennifer and to me.
Please walk a mile for my mother. I love her even if we may fight some times.
I dedicate a mile to my mom, dad and brother.
To my brother - please walk a mile for him, he deserves it.
Hi Christine- I contacted you about Nathan Wilson, and i forwarded the email you sent me to the mother of the family, and she wanted to know how she can donate to this walk you are doing. Is that the link with the paypal logo?
Please walk for the health of my family. Please walk in memory of my grandmother.
I dedicate a mile to my friend Nikki.
To kids with cancer and teens who are pregnant.
I dedicate my mile to my friend Christine who inspires me everyday to do some sort of good. She has lived her life reaching for the impossible never giving up on her dreams and reaching for her stars. I will pay it forward by in some way supporting her for the next 6 months.
Please walk a mile for my mom. She taught me the values of hard work and dedication.
For my family and friends. I will buy them lunch more often.
I dedicate a mile to: my mom, dad, cousins, grandma and classmates.
To my mother.
I dedicate a mile to my sister.
For my little brother.
I'm dedicating this to my nephew Sean Lugano who died on 9/11, when the twin towers were attacked. He was a young vibrant young man and loved giving joy to others. We all miss him very much.
For my mom, I love you.
I dedicate a mile to my family, especially my grandparents.
Please walk a mile for my dad, Richie and for my step-father Michael, whom I lost to cancer.For my mom June who is a pillar of strength. For my daughters Marie and Lauren who have blessed my life and for my husband Nate for always being there. I will donate platelets, assist people with mental health issues to re-integrate into their communities and work with Big Brothers/Big Sisters.
My dedication is to my mom because she does everything for me.
I dedicate a mile to Rachel. She changed my mind about people.
I'm dedicating this to my mom. she's a signle parent or three kids and always works her hardest and sacrifices the things she wants for us. she's given me, and continues to give me, the best she possibly can. for that I thank her.
I dedicate this mile to my aunt Louisila who is sick in the hospital.
To my Grandma with alzheimers who is going through the struggle each day and occassionaly gets worse.
Please walk a mile for my Uncle Lou. He is in pain and has stage 4 cancer in the lungs. I pray the suffering stops.
My dedication is to all those kids that are physically abused by their parents.
Please walk a mile for my grandpa, Ralph Cocca, because he was a great man everyone remembers.
To my team, family, friends and school.
I dedicate these lines to my father who passed away 16 years ago. Equipped with very little education, he worked his way up and never gave up. He did it for the well-being of his family. He set a true example of what is possible with a strong will and love and care.
My father John who battled numerous health issues his entire life, yet never felt sorry for himself, never complained. He recreated himself and dedicated his life to improving the lives of others. Of on my lifetime I succeed in becoming half the the person he was I will have achieved a great deal. I strive for this. Thank you Christine and Jessie for what you are doing.
For the ones who need it most.
Please walk a mile for my Dad Bill, He is a dedicated father who has lived with a chronic yet cyclic illness and never complains. We are so happy to have him. He's wise, generous, and he makes us laugh.
My dedication is for all the people in my life that have played such a supportive role, giving me unconditional love. This includes Deanne Vallier, Esmie Robinson, my Mom, my Aunt Patty
In honor of Tobi, who lived a long and beautiful life. I will honor her life by helping others, volunteering my time to an animal shelter.
Please walk a mile for a child with cancer.
Laura Vargas Capellan
Please dedicate a mile to my mother Cecilia Hilario who has done a lot for me.
To my classmates. I will encourage them to pursue their dreams despite the difficulties that are before them.
Please walk a mile to my mom.I will help her and do the best that I can.
For Catherine who loves all cats. I will play with my cat for 10 minutes a day for a week.
I'm dedicating this mile to my friend Kim. Her friendship is a blessing to me. Not only is she fun to be around, but she has strength of character and faith. Kim lives on the West Coast so we only see each other once a year. When we get together we just pick up where we left off. She is a true friend.
I would like to dedicate this to my grandfather and my friend Aleyris Martinez. They were wonderful people. They taught me to be thankful for everything I have and not to take one breath for granted.
Jessica Jasbelly De La Cruz
I dedicate this to my uncle who served in the Vietnam War and later on passed away because of pneumonia.
My dedication is for all the people with any disabilities, diseases, sicknesses, etc. I feel like they should live their lives to the fullest just how a healthy person would.
I dedicate a mile to my grandfather.
Give money to charity.
I would like to dedicate a mile to my teacher, Gina Tedesco because she makes school fun.
Please walk a mile in honor of my sister. She is so amazing and works so hard raising 3 beautiful children. She is a rocking mom, who makes the time to laugh and play with them all the time. She gets right in there and gets her hands dirty and tries whatever they are doing. She inspires me everyday with all she does. I love you Darlene. I will take my sister for a mani/pedi one day and then watch the kids for her while she and her husband go out another day.
I dedicate my mile to my mom because she is nice and gets me things. She takes care of me.
I dedicate this to John Kilfeather, my brother, who was a fun, loving kid who tried to make the world a funnier place.
I dedicated this mile to my grandfather.
I dedicate this mile to Jose Guzman who committed suicide about two months ago.
For Lisa Knapp, my mother, because she is my hero and inspiration. She stuck with battling for her education and went back to school. I am so proud of her. I will work at my church's soup kitchen over the summer.
I want my family to stay extra healthy and have nothing happen to them
I dedicate this to my best friend Bokey
I dedicate a mile to mom and dad.
For the homeless.
I dedicate this to Herman Castillo. He looks out for me and has always been there when I need him. He calls me when he needs help with his work. I love him with all my heart. He is my second father.
To my son Aidan John Wright
I would like to dedicate a mile to my grandmother who passed away over two years ago. She meant the world to me. In memory of her spirit, I commemorate this mile to her.
For my grandfather.
I would like to dedicate a mile to Lynell Green. She is my godmother and is battling breast cancer. She is very special to me.
To BlueBell, my first Dalmatian, who loved to walk-- fast!
In honor of my sister Jeanne who died two years ago. I will continue helping my neighbors.
To Poppy Al, my grandfather because he always said that without family youêre nothing. For always giving me money when my horse came in at the race track.
I want to make a dedication to my husband, who has made me a better person and never hesitates to compliment me.
Please walk a mile for my family and friends. I will help them with everything and be their for them, and pray for them.
I would like to dedicate a mile to Kristeena Chassagne. She is kind and caring to me. I love her very much. She is my sister.
I dedicate this mile to my boss, Anna. She is always there for me when I need her and is always supportive. I will make more of an effort to do the things I don't necessarily want to do for others and I won't complain about it.
I want to dedicate a mile to my grandmother, Mercedes Ruiz. She has been very influential in my life. She dedicated her who life to caring for and raising me. I appreciate all she has done for me. It it wasn't for her I wouldn't be where I am at today.
To my Aunt Peggyanne who had her gallbladder recently removed. I will be kind to more people and not fight with my sister.
Meghan Anne Scarry
For my mom who has MS. I will open doors for people.
My dedication is to my parents because they have done so much for me and I want to do something good in my life to pay them back for what they have done. I will be kind to others.
For those who are in need.
I dedicate a mile to my mom for all her love. She has done everything in her power to provide a home and food to her family even though we are in financial crisis.
My dedication is to my Husband who works really hard to support his family at the same time he is working to make his dreams of becoming a well known stand up comic come true !! He deserves this and he is waiting for his big break. He's one of the funniest and hardest working comics out there! Check him out at www.tomcotter.com
To my grandmother who has Diabetes and she is back in the country.
I dedicate a mile to my mom _ the strongest person _ who overcame having breast cancer. She helped me become the person I am today I honestly donêt know what I would do without her.
Please dedicate a mile to my 3 children. They are my world and without them life wouldn't be worth living. In return, I will volunteer at a local children's hospital.
My dedication goes to my mother. No matter how many miles away from me she is, she always gives me strength to go forward in life.
Please walk a mile for Paul Spina, my father, who has been there for me all my life.
I dedicate a mile to my grandmother. She is one of the strongest people I have ever known. Between fighting breast cancer, loosing her vision in one eye, loosing from the knee-down on her right leg, and other health issues she continues to suffer from, she never gives up. She has demonstrated so much strength and faith over the past few years that I can now say that she is my hero and always will be.
Please walk a mile for my son, Aelonys Asaad, because he is my inspiration. He is what keeps my going everyday. I will read the Bible with him.
Amma N. Appiah
I dedicate a mile to my dad. He's inspired me everyday throughout my life and he continues to instill great values into his entire family.
For William Torrales, my dad. I will be nicer to him and be a part of this kindness program.
I dedicate this to my mother, Rose Sanchez.
For Mike Racs (1991-2011). I will smile more and make others smile.
I dedicate this for Rachel Joy Scott.
Milagros Marina Abreu
Please walk a mile for my partner, Rachel. She has taught me a lot about life and myself. I donêt know where I would be without her love and support
in memory of my dad, Jim Townsend
The health and happiness of myself, dad, mom, brother, other family, and friends.
I am dedicating a mile to my grandpa because he has inspired me to work hard.
Please walk a mile for Catie Kehoe. I will not make fun of people.
I dedicate this to my cousin John. He survived liver cancer, skin caner and brain cancer and never gave up. I will not give up easily and I will be more kind.
Walk a mile for my mother. She is my strength and motivation to achieve all my goals.
Cynthia A. Simo
I dedicate a mile for my grandpa because heês gone through so much health-wise in the past two years and has come out so much stronger.
I dedicate this to my mother who has been a single mother and raised me all by herself.
To the little kids in Haverstraw, NY
Taran Ashley Lacossade
Please walk a mile for my friend, Liliana. Sheês beyond a good person. She is the most generous woman I know. I could depend on her for anything and I love her.
Please walk a mile for my cousins, Matt and Brian O'Hara who lost their parents and sister many years ago. They've managed to stay strong and help others throughout their lives. They've managed to stay strong and help others throughout their lives. I will teach students in an underprivileged area.
Please walk a mile for Thomas and Carol Kenny. Although I didnêt know them well, my grandparents have made a big impact on my life.
To my mom Rosie Sibio.
Please walk a mile for my Dad who is always teaching me things all the time. At my track practice, I will help my coach bring things to the places where they need to be.
I dedicate this to my brother.
For Natasha Goodman who is going through a lot. I will always help out where I can and help the poor and sick.
I would like to dedicate a mile to my parents who have always been there for me.
Please walk a mile for my grandmother. I promise to always tell the truth.
Please walk for our friends who just delivered a premature son at 24 weeks. We will continue to raise money and make people aware of prematurity.
To my mom because she inspires me.
I dedicate this to my grandmother who has helped me so much and supports me through anything I want to do, and who will always be there for me.
I dedicate a mile to Loretta Blaul, my neighbor.
I dedicate this mile to Autumn Castillo. Sheês one of my really amazing friends.
i dedicate this to my best friend erica
I dedicate a mile to my older brother and his soon to be fianc_.
I dedicate a mile to my mother and grandmother who have always been there for me as a single parent.
I dedicate this to the late Dr. Virginia Davidson, colleague and dear friend for over 20 years. Ginny devoted her career to a genuine passion for education, love for young people and compassion for those in need. She inspired generations of college students to live richer lives, and she inspired her colleagues to do so, too.
For my grandma. I will spend the weekends with her.
This dedication is to my sister, Karol Markosky. Every day she works fighting for the rights of the elderly in NYC. Her focus on making this world a better place shines though with her fierce dedication to the environment and human rights. She is inspiring to me every day!
Walk a mile for my dad.
My dedication is to my mother.
I dedicate a mile to my mother who never gives up and is always strong.
I want to dedicate a mile to my family for their love and support.
Please walk a mile for my friend Solomon. He is a good friend to me. I will help my family by cleaning my room.
Please walk a mile for my grandfather who used to run marathons before he got Parkinsonês Disease.
Matthew James Gayner
My dedication is to my Pop-Pop who died 11 years ago from Bladder Cancer. He was my best friend and biggest supporter. He was always there to listen and was ready to give a hug whenever it was needed.
I dedicate a mile to my grandmother.
I dedicate a mile to Kelcey Batzer. We met when we were both babies in pre school. We are best friends but we sort of fell out of touch. She is probably the most kind and accepting person I've ever met.
Leanne Grace Motylenski
Please walk a mile for me to recover and be at least as good as I was before my accident.
My dedication is to my grandmother. She fought her way through the hospital and never gave up on herself. She wanted to get better.
I dedicate a mile to the Ladder 3 truck. My dad lost all of his friends and family he once belonged to. He medically retired in 2000.
I dedicate a mile to the homeless person by my house, families, kids from all over, my best friends, my boyfriend and my family.
For my Dad who always was there for anyone and everyone. He loved life and helping and passed that down.......miss him.
I dedicate a mile to my sister whom I havenêt seen in a year but I hope to see soon.
This might a bit long, but I would like to dedicate this mile to my grandfathers, Janek and Ryszard. Grandpa Janek died before I ever got to meet him, but either way he is a strong influence and inspiration in my life. I love him so much and pray for him every day. Grandpa Adam died back in '08. Even though I only saw him twice in my life, I spoke to him almost every day and miss him very much. Also, another person I'd like to dedicate this to is my uncle, Marek. He too died before I had a chance to meet him, but stories I've been told of how he was have inspired me in the person I want to be and my career direction. I think that I inherited so much from him and I want to go in that direction as a constant tribute to him in my life.
For cancer and heart disease.
I would like to make a dedication to our military who are away from their families right now.
I dedicate a mile to my family and friends and those in need.
To my parents for all the hard work they do for me.
For my grandma.
Please walk a mile for my brother, Michael Baptiste. He has done so much to shape me into the person I am today.
I wish that Monica Galvin stays happy.
Please walk a mile for Gabby Dicarlo.
Please walk a mile for the homeless and the lonely people. People who are lost in the world and donêt have anyone by their side.
For Jachallin Oms because she raised me.
I dedicate a mile for my grandfather who lost his life fighting cancer.
I dedicate a mile to my Great Grandmother, Evelyn Wilkes loving called Nannie by all. She was the sister to 11,Mother of 4,Grandmother of 20 and the Great-Great-Great Grandmother of hundreds. She is considered a pioneer in our family. I remember when president Clintons mother passed, she sent him a sympathy card; she was just that type of caring woman. She is known most for her cooking, she was the best. Within mins she could whip up a good meal to feed anyone including strangers. We miss u dearly! Shine on!
I dedicate a mile to my mother, Marlene Rogers who inspires me. She had breast cancer earlier this year, went through radiation treatments and throughout the entire time kept her positive attitude (MAINE).
To the children of Phursat Province in Cambodia. I will go back to Cambodia with Hope World Wide and help the children there.
For momma. I will help out my mom with house cleaning.
To my mother who has always been there for me through the ups and downs.