My Fundraising Page

My Fundraising Page
Jul 10, 2008 by Alan Harmon *

I Ran A Life Saving Marathon

Welcome to Alan's Team In Training home page.

As a four-year survivor of Hodgkins Lymphoma, I know first hand how tough the fight can be. I'm alive today because of the medical advances that have been made over the last 20 or so years, many that were funded by The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. But there is still much more that can be done.

If I can do something to help someone else win their fight and to do so while maintaining a quality of life, above and beyond the harsh chemo and radiation treatments that I received, then I'm going to do all I can! I am looking forward to seeing a complete cure in my lifetime! I truly believe that is a possibility as long as we keep up the fight!

That's why I trained to participate in the 2009 WALT DISNEY WORLD Marathon Weekend as a member of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's (LLS) Team In Training. All of us on Team In Training are raising funds to help stop leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin lymphoma and myeloma from taking more lives. I completed this event not just for myself, but also in honor of ALL individuals who are battling blood cancers. These people are the real heroes on our team, and we need your support to cross the ultimate finish line - a cure!

I read in the "Facts 2007-2008" report, an annual publication available from LLS, the following sobering highlighted facts:

  • Every five minutes, someone is diagnosed with a blood cancer.
  • Every ten minutes, someone dies from a blood cancer. This statistic represents 143 people a day or nearly six people every hour.

That is unacceptable!

So we need people like you to help make a difference! Please make a donation to support my participation in Team In Training and help advance LLS's mission. There are promising things on the horizon, so this is not the time to give up the fight!

I hope you will visit my web site often. Be sure to check back frequently to see my progress. Thanks for your support! And to learn more about my journey visit:

Also see my TV appearence for Light the Night on our local news in Jacksonville:

Training Updates

New - 10/26/08

I must say, I have been good with the training; its been going very well. We have been ramping up the miles on our Saturday runs, weve done two 8-milers, then a 9-mile last week back at the beach, and yesterday we did an 11-mile run. Double digits, whew! My calves were a bit tight after this one, and I had some swelling on my left calf. Ice followed by heat seemed to help. Our weekday runs are good too; were up to two loops on the downtown bridges. I have finally found a steady stride and when Im running, I hardly ever have to stop and walk. I still walk some, but not near as much.


Ive been burning the candle at both ends over the past month or so and Ive handled it pretty well. Ive been working a lot of overtime at work and still keeping up with training plus keeping my soon to be 18-yr-old son on track, to say Ive got a full plate would be an understatement. So the last thing I needed was an injury. But Ive been nursing my left calf since last Saturdays run; its just a strained muscle. I tried to run on Tuesday and we were having our first cold snap of the season. I continued to have pain in that calf, so I cut my run short.

So now I'm finally getting a weekend off from work. Good timing too, I can rest up my strained calf muscle, no run for me either. I need to get rested and be ready for the Outback Half-Marathon on Thanksgiving. If all goes well, I'll be running by next weekend (and I'll probably have to work too.)

This is a minor setback; it will not keep me from moving forward! January 11th I will be crossing that finish line at Disney.


Tuesday, I did 5 miles with the "walker's team" (fast pace walkers!) and today I did 7 miles walking and running. I'm working back into it cautiously so as not to injure my calf any further. I got some work in and I was pain free and that was my goal today. The team did 1/2 Marathon distance, but I didn't want to push my luck. My ego says go go go, but I'm not listening! I want to be healthy at Disney.

When I do the Outback Half-Marathon on Thanksgiving, this will not only count as my long training run for that week, but it will truly be my first 13.1 mile run


Well, Im back to training at the high level I was at before I strained my calf muscle. Last weekend I did 10 miles of the scheduled 14-mile training, still being cautious. I missed the Team training on Tuesday, so I ran 4 miles in my neighborhood on Wednesday to make up for it. All week, we have had record cold for this time of year in North Florida. A new wrinkle for running, at least for me. It doesnt seem that long ago that I was running in 90 degree heat, and this morning we started out at 31 degrees and windy! Brrr! (All of you from up north are probably laughing at me, but thats OK)

So, we had 13.1 miles on the schedule for today except for those of us that are doing the Outback Half Marathon here in Jacksonville on Thanksgiving morning. We only had to do 7 to 9 miles, the 13.1 was optional. We do have one Teammate that is doing the Jacksonville Bank Marathon in December, and he was going to do 15 to 16 miles.

I had every intention to only do the 7 to 9 miles, but my running partner (Katy) was up for the whole 13.1 even though shes doing the Outback as well. Freezing temperatures and I let Katy talk me into doing a half marathon 5 days before we do a Half Marathon! OK!

So we did the miles, we took it easy as we did but we did the miles. And I felt pretty good afterwards; improved stretching and a cautious pace served me well. And best of all, my confidence is back. I cant wait until Thanksgiving.

Annual CT/PET anxiety

So, Monday I will have my first CT/PET scan since last year. (My oncology Doctor moved me to once a year) I am healthier than I have been in years, so Im not worried about the results of this scan&..but I am worried about the results of this scan!

I guess I will always worry about having scans done. More to come on that&.soon.


The Outback Distance Classic results...

So, I had a PET/CT scan on Monday and I ran a half marathon on Thursday...What a week!

So here are my official results as recorded on

  • 10K Split TIME - 1:04:25
  • Chip TIME - 2:19:48 (this is the official start-to-finish time as recorded by electronic ChampionChip timing. The chip is worn on the shoe and registers every individual start time, even when participants are at the back of the pack)
  • PACE - 10:47 min. per mile (this is well below my average practice pace, I never stopped running until the finish)

This was truly an awesome experience, one that I'll not soon forget. As I had said in my bulletin, this may have served as a Team In Training practice run on the way to the Disney Marathon, but it was a definite milestone for me. And I had the good fortune to share it not only with many of my current Teammates, but also with some of the past coaches and participants that have been such good friends to me from the time I started with TNT as an honoree.


An overdue update

Its not like I havent had anything going on to update, its just been hard to find the words to describe everything. Its been quite a roller coaster ride since my last update. Training has been tough, breathing issues due to "exercise-induced asthma" has come up and I now use an inhaler with albuterol, (an asthma medication) before each run. I have developed knee pain due to wearing my worn out running shoes, which led to a very poor performance in the Jacksonville Bank Marathon, where I ran the half. It took me an hour longer than when I ran the Outback Half Marathon on Thanksgiving morning. (I do have some new shoes now for the marathon)

Then theres the CT/PET scan that I thought was just a formality. I didnt look good. So it seems that even though I have been feeling the best I've felt in years, my cancer may be back. I am not symptomatic, so I am cleared to run the marathon. I will have laparoscopic surgery for the biopsy on the 30th of Jan. Now, optimistically there is a chance that the biopsy will come back negative and everything will be OK. Realistically, the way the PET scan looked, it is what it is.

They had me scheduled on the 13th at first, but that's only 2 days after the Disney Marathon! I needed some recovery time so I asked for at least a week. I guess that put me out a bit farther, but I want to enjoy the experience of running my first marathon. I've worked hard and it means alot to me.

But all is not bad news; I have had a surge in generosity that has put me very close to the $5000 mark. This was started by my co-workers taking up a Christmas Eve collection, prompted by our plant manager and they donated another $450. A lot of these guys are paycheck to paycheck, but still they found The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society worthy of a little more. So, with less that two weeks until the Disney Marathon, Ive campaigned for people to give just a little bit more. I raised My Personal Fundraising Goal from the $3600 that I had already exceeded to the $5000 milestone that is now just within reach.

I have often said that my survivorship is a "gift from God" and I still believe that is true. So, Gods purpose is for me to help others, and by reaching the fund-raising milestone that I have set, I believe more good things will come. So Ive raised the bar, and now Disney awaits&..


Back home from Disney....

I have now completed The Disney Marathon! It was an incredible experience, one I will always remember.

Today, my knees are aching but pain is temporary, and making a difference can last forever. I raised over $5000.00 and collectively all the Team In Training participants at this event raised over 7 million dollars.

Unity = Strength

my official results as recorded on



Age: 43 Gender: M


Clock Time 7:02:42

Chip Time 6:50:15

Overall Place 14348 / 14940

Gender Place 7599 / 7801

Division Place 1349 / 1374

Age Grade 32%

5 Mile 1:06:26

10 Mile 2:15:57

Half Split 3:07:11

20 Mile 4:56:43


My last update

This part of my journey has ended, but the fight still goes on, One mile at a time, until we reach the finish line. A CURE!

As for me, I had my biopsy to find out if my personal fight goes on as well. It went OK, I'm just trying to take it easy and relax so I can recover from the surgery. I got the word shortly after that the sample lymph node that was taken for the biopsy is BENIGN!!!! This news was given to me from my surgeon, and it was from the pathology report at the hospital.

I have followed-up with both my surgeon and my oncologist, and there are still unanswered questions. The answer comes only with time and continued monitoring. Pet scans more frequently until we can see why there was a sudden group of lymph nodes that just decided to start growing, benign or otherwise. Next scan, April 3rd, then we'll see.

As for me, ain't nothing I can do but live my life.....I think I'll start running!


One last but very important thing :

Thank you letters being mailed...FINALLY!!!

I have been very slow to get them out, but I have just put the 1st and the largest batch in the mail. I will have them all out shortly, over 80 donors! I just want to let all who donated know that they can be assured that I truly appreciate your generosity, despite the fact that I have taken so long to properly acknowledge my gratitude. But when you receive the formal, personalized thank you cards that I made for each of you, I hope you'll understand. I did spend some time putting together these cards, I just wanted them to reflect how much your contribution meant to my effort as I trained hard and finally completed my first Marathon. Over $5000, WOW! As each card says, "I couldn't have done it without YOU!"

Thank you all...


As a three-time Patient Honoree, I have had many participants in past Team In Training events that ran in my honor. This humbling experience has compelled me to run this Marathon in honor of others. Now that I am well into my training for this event, the posted list of all the Honorees I have committed to has gotten quite long. But there is always room for more. Everyone whose name is here on my site, I will have a ribbon with his or her name on me during the Marathon.

In honor of :

Tracy Bonds - 20 year Hodgkins survivor, LLS support group facilitator Amazing person

Rosa Ortiz fighting Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia

Lin Riggs fighting CLL

Jennifer Willey fighting Hodgkins

St Catherine's Cancer Support Group

LLS Cancer Support Group

Jenn Reeves Breast cancer survivor, and featured on Cheerios boxes

Carrie Breast cancer survivor, on the red carpet at "STAND UP 2 CANCER" with Jenn

Bridget Mooney fighting breast cancer

Linda Hougham Breast cancer survivor and Tri-athlete

Rick Wetzel - Prostate cancer survivor

Carie Small Cervical/Uterine cancer survivor

Debbie DeGrow-Roberts - 25 year Hodgkins survivor and 2 year breast cancer survivor

Margueritte Brandt and________ Joes Wife and _________

Kurt Elles Dad and 2-time cancer survivor

Melissa Breast cancer survivor

Kelly fighting Hodgkins

Robin Survivor of stage 4 leiomyosarcoma


Dan Case - cancer survivor and Taekwondo Instructor

Jeff - [BGTA] - cancer survivor and marathoner

Val Breast cancer survivor

Randy - Acute myeloid leukemia survivor

Meaghan - Cervical cancer survivor

Matt - Testicular cancer survivor

Mitchall Smith stem cell transplant and cancer survivor

Kristen - - A fighter and a Cervical cancer survivor

Jane - Stage IV melanoma survivor


Jacquelynn Franklin (Greensthings) - 3-time cancer survivor

Troy - Chronic myelogenous (or myeloid) leukemia (CML) survivor

Joseph Pinnell - Esophageal cancer survivor

Shelly Donald - Hodgkins survivor, just finished treatment

Scott Kutlik - Neuro cancer survivor

Leonor Evers - 10-year non-Hodgkins Lymphoma survivor and continues to fight.

Mike Pendergast - Prostate cancer survivor

RJ 5-year neuroblastoma cancer survivor, a childhood cancer of the sympathetic nervous system

Joe Schneider - Burkitts non-hodgkins lymphoma survivor, and champion to the cause

In memory of:

Dottie Stevenson Glens wife of over forty years, survived 9 years with multiple myeloma

Rod Smith Last years TNT coach Stephanie Aikens Dad

Barbara Abrahams - Heathers Grandma

Nate of Sacramento and Team SuperNate thank you Justin

Horace E. Williams Karens Dad, battled lung cancer until Oct. 16 2006

Laureen Fene - lost to complications of leukemia August 4, 1989

Jack Collins Lost his battle with Hodgkins Lymphoma

Courtney Paige Clevenger Lost her battle with breast cancer

George & Shonna Whitney - George lost his battle with Hodgkins Lymphoma on October 15, 2008 and is survived by Shonna, is his Wife & caregiver. I moved George from the in honor of list to the in memory of list, but I left his original place on my list blank. No one can take the place of a lost love one.

Francisco Nieves Occsio Lost his battle with colon cancer

Cameron Laughinghouse Lost his battle with neuroblastoma at age 3

Ruth Brandt Joe Brandts Mother. With a heavy heart, I also had to moved her from the in honor of list to the in memory of list, but I left her original place on my list blank. Again, no one can take the place of a lost love one. She was lost to us due to a stroke, but she did survive her cancer.

Doug Scott Lost his fight with prostate cancer. Another survivor moved from the in honor of list to the in memory of list, the third one since I started my list. This is why I am running.


Supporter Comments

    "Twenty-Five Dollars from your friend that is a 25 Yr. Hodgkin's Disease Survivor!"

    Debbie DeGrow-Roberts

    Tue Jul 22 09:39:33 EDT 2008

    "Alan keep living strong, I am behide you 100%. Love Carmen"


    Mon Jul 28 08:19:00 EDT 2008

    "Thanks for LivingSTRONG for others. Lots of love and support to my survivor brother! xoxo ~Care"

    Carie Small

    Tue Jul 29 12:21:06 EDT 2008

    "Alan - As a Prostate Cancer Survivor myself, I am happy to support you in this Marathon and help advance LLS's mission. Good luck! Rick Wetzel"

    Rick Wetzel

    Wed Jul 30 07:29:34 EDT 2008

    "I'll donate more as soon as I can. :)"

    Heather Ripley

    Sun Aug 10 10:53:14 EDT 2008

    "Go Alan Go! You can do this!"

    linda hougham

    Mon Aug 11 01:43:59 EDT 2008

    "Keep living strong Alan. ROCK ON! "

    Jimmy Peters

    Sun Aug 24 06:48:54 EDT 2008

    "Your friend greensthings told me about this and I wanted to help out a little. I know it's not much but I have a brother who survived CML. his name is Troy and if you want to put his name on a ribbon that would be great."

    Cindy Shirley

    Sun Sep 14 02:31:55 EDT 2008

    "God loves you and will be beside you in all you do. Run strong. Live strong."


    Mon Sep 22 12:44:00 EDT 2008

    "Alan, I'd like to make this donation in honor of my mother-in-law, Leonor, a member of St.Catherine's Cancer Support group and a 10-year survivor of non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. Thank you for everything you're doing for the cause."

    Ann and Bill Evers

    Fri Sep 26 11:37:35 EDT 2008

    "In thankfulness to God for my father's healing of prostate cancer."

    Anne Marino

    Sat Sep 27 02:54:07 EDT 2008

    "For MY HERO - MY SON - ALAN"


    Mon Oct 27 08:04:55 EDT 2008

    "Alan, Keep training and inspiring us all! Randy www.randyskickingcancer.comm "

    Randy Clark

    Sun Nov 09 08:47:35 EST 2008

    "This donation is made on behalf of all employees at TAW JAcksonville Service Center."

    TAW Jacksonville Service Ctr. Employees

    Wed Dec 24 01:15:43 EST 2008

    "Happy New Year, Alan and good luck with the fund-raising, the marathon and your health - we will pray that good news is forthcoming. P.S. My mother-in-law is at the Life Care Center for Rehab, but should be home in a week or two. Thanks for the prayers. Ann"

    Fleurette Evers

    Thu Jan 01 04:00:55 EST 2009

    "Good luck Alan! Have a great run. "

    Deanna Fene'

    Fri Jan 02 03:37:53 EST 2009

    "Alan I wish you God's blessings on your race. Enjoy your run!"

    Robin Ireland

    Mon Jan 05 04:02:08 EST 2009

    "Good luck to you Alan!! You a truly an amazing person, a survivor!! Best wishes and good luck, I'll be thinking of you! GO TEAM! "


    Thu Jan 08 05:44:57 EST 2009

    "I love you! You're the woman!!"


    Wed Sep 22 03:58:37 EDT 2010

    "Go Liana, go!!! Great job!!!"

    Marilyn Chapman

    Tue Mar 05 09:16:47 EST 2013

    "Liana, I am continually amazed and envious through your efforts to fund a blood cancer cure. I thank you for creating the auction which enables me to get some holiday presents all the while knowing 100% of the gift purchase price is going to fund a cancer cure and provide patient services. THANK YOU for being YOU. You are awesome!"

    Marilyn Chapman

    Mon Dec 17 02:53:07 EST 2012

    "Go Liana!!!"

    Marilyn Chapman

    Fri Nov 23 02:29:57 EST 2012

    "Thanks for fundraising! Have a great journey. Also, Ferris Rules."

    Marilyn Chapman

    Tue Nov 20 06:12:21 EST 2012

    "go get 'em liana!"

    Marilyn Chapman

    Tue Oct 30 06:52:22 EDT 2012

    "Good luck! and Have fun!"

    Mary Feckler

    Fri Sep 07 03:45:19 EDT 2012

    "Good luck for your San Jose Rock n Roll Marathon ... We are proud of you !!!"

    Mary Feckler

    Tue Aug 14 08:37:30 EDT 2012

    "Good luck Shari! -Elaine"

    Mike & Lillian Szczukowski

    Wed May 30 11:33:36 EDT 2012

    "You go girl! I'm so proud of you. Love, Ate Alma"

    Mary Feckler

    Fri May 25 06:38:21 EDT 2012

    "Great cause, great event! Go, Shari, go!"

    Mike & Lillian Szczukowski

    Mon May 21 06:04:53 EDT 2012

    "Go, Girl, Go!!!"

    Mike & Lillian Szczukowski

    Fri May 18 09:57:35 EDT 2012


    Frances Strahley

    Thu May 17 12:24:58 EDT 2012

    "Congratulation Denise on your worthwhile endeavor. Very proud of you. Kathie"

    Frances Strahley

    Wed May 16 06:34:54 EDT 2012

    "Good luck & best wishes Shari!!"

    Mike & Lillian Szczukowski

    Fri May 11 03:25:50 EDT 2012

    "You are amazing, Shari! Have fun out there and be safe!"

    Mike & Lillian Szczukowski

    Thu May 10 12:35:19 EDT 2012

    "Good Luck - Shari - I am impressed! MC"

    Mike & Lillian Szczukowski

    Wed May 09 11:38:39 EDT 2012

    "Shari -- You are the best. I am so proud of you for making this commitment to such a worthy goal. I'm with you in spirit, Mary Marsh"

    Mike & Lillian Szczukowski

    Wed May 09 12:46:32 EDT 2012

    "Great job Aunt Shari, We are so proud of you!"

    Mike & Lillian Szczukowski

    Tue May 08 12:15:13 EDT 2012

    "Thank you Shari for doing what you are doing. Both my mother and her brother died from leukemia, so I know what finding a cure means. Good luck with the ride! "

    Mike & Lillian Szczukowski

    Mon May 07 09:05:53 EDT 2012

    "Good luck!"

    Mon Mar 26 07:08:31 EDT 2012

    "Great job Jason! We had a friend diagnosed earlier this month, appreciate what you are doing!"

    Sun Mar 25 11:08:54 EDT 2012

    "You are the best! I will be supporting you every step of the way. You can do this."

    Priscilla Collins

    Mon Mar 12 02:44:59 EDT 2012

    "There's no doubt you'll go the distance! Thank you from all of us who have been touched by these dreadful cancers! "

    Priscilla Collins

    Mon Mar 05 07:09:10 EST 2012

    "We are happy to be part of your TEAM, Sally, and support you every "step" of the way!"

    Priscilla Collins

    Sun Mar 04 09:04:43 EST 2012

    "Way to go Jason, we'll be rooting for you!!"

    Fri Mar 02 03:17:32 EST 2012

    "You go girl!!! This is a wonderful gift you are giving Sally to support an amazing organization."

    Priscilla Collins

    Fri Mar 02 02:06:18 EST 2012

    "We are so proud of you for doing this Sally."

    Priscilla Collins

    Wed Feb 22 09:27:44 EST 2012

    "Good Luck Ladies! We're cheering you on from Cape Cod!"

    Fri Feb 17 02:09:35 EST 2012

    "What a great thing to do, Skylar! I will be thinking of you on the 15th! "

    Cindy Shirley

    Thu Sep 29 01:19:39 EDT 2011

    "Mario is one fine gentleman....just saying..."

    Margaret McGovern

    Thu Sep 29 12:26:51 EDT 2011

    "Sitzy, It is amazing to watch you take on something so daunting at your age....hahaha. Have fun and train, train, train. I am so proud of you!! E."

    Mon Jul 11 12:51:44 EDT 2011

    "Go Team Emma! Love you guys!! Much love, Keven, Lynette, Josh, Justin, Zachery, and Sydney!!"

    Hector Acevedo

    Mon Oct 07 05:09:44 EDT 2013

    "We all still love you, Kathy. You are an inspiration to all the people you have touched."

    Vonda Goodison

    Sat Sep 28 08:52:22 EDT 2013

    "For my Dad, who never did give up!"

    A Almonte

    Wed Sep 04 08:04:02 EDT 2013

    "Although I never knew her personally, Professor Godshalk had a heart of gold. Her dedication to her students not only inspired me to become a better student, but also a better person today. It was truly an honor and blessing to be one of her students. So I wanted to reach out to her family and friends to say thank you. She will be remembered."

    Vonda Goodison

    Mon Aug 26 08:55:08 EDT 2013

    "Kathy - still think of your smile and how you brought out the best in everyone. May your memory be a blessing. Anne, Jim, Sarah & Daniel and Rachel."

    Vonda Goodison

    Sat Aug 17 08:24:42 EDT 2013

    "We are thinking of you Kathy! Love, the Staub Family: Delaney, Dylan, Jade and Jack."

    Vonda Goodison

    Fri Jun 21 05:23:54 EDT 2013

    "Love the walk for a cause. Get after it! xx - Cristina "

    Fri Oct 18 12:42:38 EDT 2013

    "Bridget, this donation is from Mike's mom (Dolores)."

    Cindy Shirley

    Sat Oct 22 11:19:13 EDT 2011

    "Great job team! Keep up the good work."

    Ellen Donegan

    Wed Dec 12 09:13:15 EST 2012

    "Go Carol!"

    Tue Oct 09 04:54:04 EDT 2012

    "Better late than never. Best of luck to you!!!"

    Mike & Lillian Szczukowski

    Wed Jul 18 08:31:43 EDT 2012

    "From Aunt Mary and Uncle Greg"

    Hector Acevedo

    Thu Oct 17 02:19:01 EDT 2013

    "You are always remembered and so loved!!!"

    Vonda Goodison

    Thu Sep 26 01:06:40 EDT 2013

    "We love you Emma!"

    Hector Acevedo

    Wed Oct 16 03:46:50 EDT 2013

    "Mobie was all about making memories. He left many great ones."

    Patricia Crane

    Mon Aug 12 02:33:52 EDT 2013

    "Good luck to Team Emma Rae. You're in our thoughts and prayers. Mike & Pam Rossetti "

    Hector Acevedo

    Wed Oct 16 02:08:46 EDT 2013

    "Persevere! I think that's what Kathy would say and I know it's WJWD. Both are in my heart. Hugs to all, Laurie Pratt"

    Vonda Goodison

    Thu Aug 08 12:19:41 EDT 2013

My Fundraising Total

Raised: $5,175.00 | Goal: $5,000.00
103 %

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In Honor of


My Thanks To

Lin Rigg $1000.00
TAW Jacksonville Service ... $450.00
Robin Ireland $250.00
Maria Norbeck $250.00
Joseph Brandt $250.00
St Catherine's Catholic C... $150.00
Angela Wilkins $100.00
A Almonte $100.00
CAPT Walter Towns $100.00
Charles Saacke $100.00
Priscilla Collins $100.00
Jenny and Sam Perry $75.00
Frank Nieves $60.00
Anonymous $55.00
Deanna Fene' $50.00
James Hill $50.00
Fe Lobo-Menendez $50.00
John Moroney $50.00
C Santana $50.00
Roberto Reyes $50.00
Hector Acevedo $50.00
Cheryl Starrett-Keller $50.00
Cdr V Andrea Parodi $50.00
Marilyn Chapman $50.00
Manford Hartzog $50.00
Mom $50.00
Mary Feckler $50.00
Mike & Lillian Szczukowsk... $50.00
Patricia Crane $50.00
Frances Strahley $40.00
Anonymous $30.00
Michelle $25.00
Emily Novak $25.00
Sidney Bigman $25.00
Capt Jose Belardo, III Mo... $25.00
Judith Martell $25.00
Vonda Goodison $25.00
Pandora Liptrot $25.00
Lt Leigh Kimmell $25.00
Randy Clark $25.00
John Allen $25.00
Sister Maureen Kelley, O.... $25.00
Anne Marino $25.00
Marcia Gross $25.00
Margaret McGovern $25.00
Mike Woods $25.00
Ron Climchak $25.00
Cindy Shirley $25.00
Jimmy Peters $25.00
Susanne Caperton $25.00
Jeffrey Bayless $25.00
linda hougham $25.00
Rick Wetzel $25.00
Carie Small $25.00
Debbie DeGrow-Roberts $25.00
Ellen Donegan $20.00
Fleurette Evers $20.00
William Mitchel $20.00
LCDR Victoria Hayward $20.00
LCDR Bernard Mcdonald $20.00
Dr. Thomas Luke $20.00
Sherry Arboneaux $20.00
Kelly Clayton $20.00
Emily Novak $20.00
Glen Stevens $20.00
Patricia Crane $15.00
Sean Waterman $15.00
Nancy Foote $15.00
Melinda Howard $10.00
Karl Amato $10.00
Ricardo Rodriguez $10.00
Kristiana McKelly $10.00
Mike Ripley $10.00
Debbie Ripley $10.00
Heather Ripley $10.00
SMSGT Cipriano Zarate $5.00
Ann and Bill Evers