A blog post from Steve:  “First, thank you for walking for me and Beth today, July 21st. ,  Your efforts and support are what has helped us navigate our cancer journey even though I have been in remission since 2007 and 2009 from two different types of cancer.   The cancer journey was a humbling one for us, at the same time it was traumatic, stressful and unknown as to what the conclusion was going to be.  While I’ve been blessed with positive outcomes in the form of being in remission, those whose outcomes have been different and difficult weigh heavily on my heart and mind. In my case, in which treatment came in the form or “heavy-duty” chemo and surgery, when I learn of others taking the journey I’m compelled and perhaps “qualified” to share experiences and suggestions. I had then and have now a support network of family, friends, faith and resources which others may not have.   When I was taking these two separate journeys Cancer Support Community AZ/Flagstaff did not exist up here.  Now, knowing the types of support services, groups to join, and feeling that you are not alone on the journey, I’m thankful knowing that others can and will benefit from this support.  Also, if and I say if very carefully, I embark on another journey, I know I will be supported again, by family, friends, faith and the entire Cancer Support Community.”

Steve also shared this photo titled “Post Chemo, 2007”

I recorded 14.03 miles today on behalf of Steve and Beth.  I am in awe of all that both of you do on behalf of Flagstaff, Coconino County, and northern Arizona.  Thanks for who you are and what you do to make this an amazing place to live and work.