Jul 122017
 
Remembering Those We Loved and Lost to Alzheimer’s

Progressive and eventually debilitating, Alzheimer’s disease is devastating. Just ask anyone who knows or loves someone with the disease. Sadly, that includes many of us. Dom Moloney lost his grandfather, Arthur, to the disease. His wife lost her great aunt Milly, who was like a mother to her when she was younger. Dom is from the United Kingdom and works at PRA Health Sciences, where he is getting ready to be part of a cycling […]

Jun 212017
 
Participating in The Longest Day Is My Way of Saying “I Love You.”

The Longest Day is finally here and my excitement is at fever pitch! All of the planning and hard work has come together, and I know it will be another fun and successful event. My team is certainly ready to make the most of this special day. Why do I fight Alzheimer’s on The Longest Day, year after year? It is because my wonderful husband Warren is courageously living with Alzheimer’s. This is my fourth […]

Jun 202017
 
From Tango to Foxtrot: Ballroom Dancing for Jeanine on The Longest Day

Today we have honored the life of my aunt Jeanine Brown. This incredible woman was responsible for my first-ever public dance moment. It was her wedding reception, there was a Soul Train dance line…and I was paired up with my grandmother.  Needless to say, it was quite the night! Aunt Jeanine was far too young to have been taken from us by Alzheimer’s disease this past January. Not long after her passing, my wife Daisey struck […]

Jun 192017
 
Golfing for Mickey on The Longest Day

Our Longest Day is spent playing golf, my husband Mickey’s favorite sport, which he grew up enjoying with his dad. In 2013, at age 55, Mickey was diagnosed with early-onset (also known as younger-onset) Alzheimer’s disease. Our family wanted to find a way to fight back, and we wanted to include Mickey in whatever we did. A golf tournament in his honor on The Longest Day was the best – and most obvious – choice!  […]

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