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Support My Ride to Conquer Cancer®
Welcome to my Personal Page! The Ride to Conquer Cancer presented by Silver Wheaton benefiting BC Cancer Foundation, is a two-day cycling journey, through the beautiful Pacific region taking place in the summer. It will be a challenge in a number of ways, but with my bike, my helmet, and your generosity, a real impact will be made!
Like many other riders, my participation in this event is for many reasons. As this is my maiden voyage, it is both a privilege and honour to ride in the 2016 Ride to Conquer Cancer for my dear friend and colleague, Ken Trout.
I began working with Ken in July 2012 and it didn’t take him long to decide that calling me Corey wasn’t going to happen… so it became Casey. Many a morning would begin with Ken entering the branch and in a very jolly manner, “Well, hello Casey!” or his typical, “You must have been a real mover and a shaker. A real ladies man!” – not at all the truth. Haha. Ken made his own stories up on how my life developed and thus began a very tongue-in-cheek friendship.
It was late 2013, Ken decided that he had enough of the working life and looked on to the days of retirement. The idea of going to work vs. going fishing, was all too easy a choice to make. It was during this time that Ken began to feel ill and was given the unwelcome news that he had cancer. So again, Ken, this ride is for you.
Cancer is an enemy that attacks without prejudice, without reason, and all too often untimely. Chances are, you know someone that is fighting or has fought, perhaps you are yourself or may have to in the future. So, in addition to Ken Trout, I choose to ride for YOU. I ride for YOUR Mother, YOUR Father, siblings, relatives, neighbours and friends. As an individual, as a team, and as a nation, We Got This!
Contribute to this powerful movement with a donation. Funds raised through the Ride to Conquer Cancer will support life-saving research and enhancements to care at the BC Cancer Agency, bringing hope to cancer patients in B.C. and beyond.
Thank you in advance for your help.
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