When my daughter, Heather’s ovarian cancer was first diagnosed in March of 2017, she was given a 10% survival rate. After many complications and surgeries, and barely out of the hospital, “Team Heather” was born and about 40 of us — complete with teal t-shirts — walked with her in that year’s SummerRun! Her condition was so obvious that the announcer looked at her and kindly said, “Glad to see you, Heather!” Although she has been in remission twice, we’ve walked in each SummerRun since. Her positive “I can do this!” attitude, combined with logical and informed decision-making about her recovery while always appreciating and encouraging others, continues to inspire everyone around her tremendously. In the photo (from SummeRun 2019), Heather is the one in the middle of the front row, hand over the T in “Celebrating”, holding a fuchsia flower! Currently she is able to return to work and is enjoying life, taking one day at a time while planning for a healthy future. Thanks for keeping her in your thoughts and prayers that this remission period lasts, and for honoring her in this way.