Ride On 4 Carrie

Nobody Should Stand Alone

In Memoriam Of Our Fallen Cancer Warriors

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Our RO4C hearts are heavy today with the news that Doug Kane, our 2019 Bike Run recipient, lost his unfairly short, but incredibly fierce battle with his cancer on the evening of September 30th, 2019. We feel truly fortunate to have had the opportunity to stand with Doug this year and we want to extend our sincerest of condolences to Gail, his wife of 41 years, to his wonderful children and to his vast array of loyal and loving friends.

 
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2017 RO4C beneficiary, as well as a great friend and supporter of the RO4C Lori Long, passed away from her cancer Saturday, July 13th 2019

Lori fought a hellacious breast cancer battle over the last 3-1/2 years, and we know that she will be sorely missed by everyone who was privileged to have met her. Our sincerest condolences to her sons and to the rest of her immediate family and close friends.

RIP Lori ~ Proud that we got to stand with you

 

It is with a very heavy heart that the RO4C must announce the passing of our 2016 recipient, Lee Zeller on January 10th, 2019. The entirety of the RO4C crew cannot express how very fortunate we were to have had Lee in our lives, and even more fortunate that he and his family decided to become part of our RO4C family.

His and their involvement over these past few years has been incredibly dedicated and invaluable.

Our thoughts and prayers are with his mother Adella, his girlfriend Kris, his entire family, and the vast array of friends that Lee considered his brothers and sisters. 

Rest In Peace buddy. Your impact on many was more than you ever knew!