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Team PBC at the Cleveland Marathon 2016

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Let’s face it. I couldn’t run PeopleBeatingCancer if it were not for donor support. Thank you everyone listed below.

I am a long-term survivor of an incurable blood cancer called multiple myeloma. My purpose in life has become providing information, education and support to fellow cancer survivors. I do this through the website called PeopleBeatingCancer.

This was the sixth time I rode in the Cleveland Marathon Hand cycle class and I was miserable. Though they didn’t say it I’m guessing my “riders” my brother and brother in-law Scott and Keith, were miserable too. So was my wife Dawn, my sister Kate and my son Alex.

I don’t know how else to say it. It rained, snowed, and hailed. Not all at the same time of course. Oh, and blue sky and sunshine peaked out just enough to tease me into thinking warm weather was right around the corner.

PeopleBeatingCancer relies heavily on donor support. We are working on building up our fee-for-service revenues but let’s face it- donor support is important.

Especially when the weather is not cooperating during the Cleveland Marathon.

Thankfully my friends and family below supported my efforts. I can support cancer patients, survivors and caregivers because you all support me and PeopleBeatingCancer.org.

Thank you all.

David Emerson

  • MM Survivor
  • MM Coach
  • Director PeopleBeatingCancer

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Individual Donors

Nancy Peter $25

Debbie McDonald $25

Mary Parkman Rowe $25

Lisa Scarsella $40

Marian Hoageson $50

Mary and Chris Abood $50

Martha and Bill Avery $50

Patsy and Russ Chesbro $50

Ellen and Barry Nigrosh $50

CJ and Jeff Musser $50

Ellen Weitz $50

Janice Kaplan $50

Kate Emerson McCrae $50

John and Manning Kundtz $50

Bruce Heberton $50

Rita and Mark Dawson $50

John Kusick $50

Barb Whitner $50

Sarah and Ben Snyder $50

Laura and Ted Pinnick $50

Brad Withers $50

Donna Ruhlman $50

Ned Horton $50

Ryan Singer $50

Ann and Phil Singer $50

Tom Roulston $50

Matt and Lise deConingh $50

Caroline Saliby $50

Rob and Kara Girvin $50

Kris and Scott Gillespie $75

Fritz deConingh $85

Peter Frank $100

Heather and Jeff Ettinger $100

Greg Kilroy $100

Nina Frank $100

Stacy Alatis $100

Salgal and Bob Musser $100

Abby and Jim LeMay $100

Julie Briggs $125

Sarah and Peter Barber $200

Becke Broadbent $200

Ben Devine $250

Tom Lang $500

Susan and Mitch Frankel $1,000

Teresa and Jeff Karlovec $1,000

Corporate Donors

N.T. Ruddock Co. $1,000

Walthall CPA’s $1,000

Explorys an IBM Company $1,000


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[…] decided to rely less on donor support and more on fee-for-service support for PeopleBeatingCancer. Handcycling the Cleveland Marathon was novel when I first did it in 2010. No […]

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