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Dad Vail Regatta and PSU Graduation May 2006
Dad Vail Regatta and PSU Graduation May 2006

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Cathy Sienicki

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Remembering Ray Donovan

On May 5th 2007, the world lost an amazing father, husband, brother, uncle, and friend when our dad, Ray Donovan, lost his very short battle to Glioblastoma Multiforme brain cancer. This rapidly progressing form of brain tumor currently has no definitive cure and the survival rate is very low.

For the 7th year in a row our family is honoring his memory by running in the Race for Hope 5k in Washington, DC on May 4th 2014.

My dad was the ultimate fan of all that my sister and I did, and this race has been a fitting tribute to that spirit.

The Race for Hope benefits the Brain Tumor Society, dedicated to supporting those affected by brain tumors and finding a cure. Our team name is "Ray's Runners" and we invite everyone to either race with us or support our efforts.  

Thank you for your support now and always.

Kathleen

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