Lori Ann White was the beloved wife of the Rivkin Center’s Executive Director, Joe White, and mother to their son, Tyler Nicklaus White. As a nurse, she cared for children and adults alike, but clearly shined as a pediatric charge nurse. Lori battled ovarian cancer for seven and a half years. She was a patient of Dr. Saul Rivkin and admired him for his dedication to his patients and their families. Lori endured 22 surgeries and double-digit chemotherapy treatments during her battle. She never gave in to the pains of cancer and she lived her life as fully as possible with all of the challenges that came with the disease. Lori passed away in May of 2003. She and Mary Ellen Bissell were the impetus behind establishing the LorLor & Mom Courage 4 Life Golf Tournament, Over a six-year period, the event raised over $400,000 to help fight ovarian cancer and joined forces with the Fisher family to create the Family & Friends Auction, growing the Rivkin Center’s signature fundraising event to new heights.