Daniel Kline's Ride to Conquer Cancer
I ride for my mother
Hi my name is Daniel Kline. My mother Jill Ineson died of intestinal cancer on February 1st of 2017. She was 70 and had been diagnosed with a very unusual type of duodenal cancer in June of 2016. She was an incredible person, a caring mother, a compassionate listener, a political activist, a creative spirit, and in later years a bit of a health nut. She was so brave in the face of her cancer treatment and in the face of her death. She was an inspiration on so many levels and I feel her with me almost every day.
I love cycling and riding my bike has been one of the things that most helped me in coming to terms with my mother's fading health. It continues to be a huge support for me now. 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. I am participating in this ride this year as part of my own grieving process and in a simple human attempt to honour my mother's memory by contributing to a cause that can help others like her. Through telling her story I have met so many others who have been touched personally by cancer. It seems like it is a shared experience for all of us these days; that we ourselves, or someone we love will suffer from cancer and potentially die of it. I am proud to be riding with so many other good people each with their story and relationship to cancer.
I would sincerely appreciate your support in my journey on behalf of my dear mother.
Thank you in advance for your help.
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