Steve's Giving Page - For Phil
+ £107.50 Gift Aid
2019 ASICS London 10k
Sun 21 Jul 2019 - Sun 21 Jul 2019
We recently lost my Father in Law, Phil, after a long & brave battle with this awful disease. Let's help build a future beyond cancer for us all.
In memory of
14th Apr 1957 - 25th Jan 2019
Philip fought for 16 years on and off and gave everything he had to try and beat cancer, right until the end he wanted to continue his fight but unfortunately his body had endured as much as it could take and he lost his battle. Phil wanted to live, during the short periods of time between treatments he would try and fulfil some of the things he'd wanted to achieve, these times became few and far between but he absolutely made use of the time he had and wanted to live life to the full! Phil leaves behind his children, Kate, Ruth (my wife), Paul and Sean and Grandchildren, Ollie & Sammy (my sons) and Owen, Immi, Erin - we all love him dearly. I am running for them and in memory of Phil. 10 months prior to us losing Phil he lost a sister, Paula to cancer and since signing up I have also lost my Uncle Ron. I hear often of people who are suffering or know someone who is fighting - we can all help build a future beyond cancer, please donate! Cancer is happening right now, which is why I’m raising money right now for Cancer Research UK. There’s no time to lose! Donate to my page today and help bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.
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