Nov 20, 2013
Dedicated To: Linda Harty, Sam Ezekiel, all members of the Ezekiel & Meaney Families
My father was my protector, he lost his battle 7 years ago, but left a lifetime of knowledge!
February 2013, I lost a dear friend, Linda Harty. She was so full of life and another sister to me, I was so blessed to have a telephone conversation with her two days before her passing, and we shared some laughter. Great Memories!
Thank you to all the staff of The Dr. Bliss Murphy Cancer Care Foundation for your untiring dedication to our Newfoundland and Labrador families.
Dedicated To: Harvey Penney
To a great friend and special person.
Your smiling face and laughter are greatly missed.
We will always remember your kindness, support and help.
Dedicated To: Allan Dodge
Wishing you our love and support.
Dedicated To: Mary Williams
Aunt Mame you fought a good fight and now we rest assured you are at peace with your family and friends up above. You will be missed and fondly remembered – always!! xo
Dedicated To: Leona Churchill
Dedicated to: Cancer Centre Staff
Thank you for the care you have given to my late husband and as well as to myself. Thanks!
Dedicated to: My husband and my mom
To my husband, Tony and to my mom, Elizabeth.
Love you always,
Dedicated To: Ted Melindy
I am making this donation in honor of my Father, Ted Melindy, who is my idol and hero! He was diagnosed with Squamous Cell Carcinoma and has completed 30 radiation treatments which he has taken like a champ! We would like to thank Dr. Smith, Dr. Sathya, Dr. Savoury and all of their team as well as the Staff of Dr. H. Bliss Murphy Cancer Clinic for everything that they have done for us. Words can never describe our appreciation. I encourage and pray that all cancer patients that we got to meet along this journey find strength and hope to continue each day. “You don’t know how strong you can be, until being strong is your only option”.
Dedicated To: Barbara Rose LaSaga
Cancer can be Beaten. We must not give up. My wife Barb never give up. She continued to trust in the Lord Jesus Christ who gave her the strength and courage to take one day at a time. Barb is one of the strongest people I know and I would like to have at least half her strength. I love and miss her very much. I feel good in knowing that I will see her again in heaven. There in heaven will be no cancer, no more tears, no more pain or sadness. So cancer may have taken her fleshly body but lost in getting her soul. So cancer can be beaten.
Dedicated To: Jody Mason
Jody, You are the most positive person I have ever known, you never let anything get you down, and you are very determined; cancer doesn’t stand a chance against this. I love you more than anything in the world and I’ll be right by your side every step of the way. See ya later cancer! Love, Cavell xoxox
Dedicated To: Malcom Tucker
From: Shawn Butler
Dedicated To: Jean Simms
From: Kellyjean Simms
Dedicated To: Jean White
A light for you Jean..RIP.
From: Lara Brazier
Dedicated To: David Fowler
From: Krista Fowler
Dedicated To: Ron Macey
From: Krista Fowler
Dedicated To: The Fine Doctors and Nurses
From: Elaine Hynes
From: Sarah Fudge
Dedicated To: My mother Patricia Joy
I am inspired everyday with the grace & strength my mother has and continues to show through her journey with breast cancer & her wonderful laugh of course. I also would like to express appreciation for the team at the Dr. H Bliss Murphy Cancer Center for their positive & respectful nature & high standard of care that I’ve witnessed at every visit.
In memory of my mother, who will always be remembered. Daughter Michelle, son in law Chad and grandkids Kelcie and Brady
In loving memory of my mom who passed away December 2003. Also, Riley Mercer who was an inspiration to so many battling this disease.
Dedicated to my husband, Basil from wife Linda and family. Sadly Missed
Dedicated To: Barbara Rose Lasaga
It may seem like an idiosyncrasy to some, however, I become a little uneasy when i read about people ‘losing’ the battle with cancer. the only way you can ‘lose’ the battle with cancer is if you ‘choose’ to lose the battle. Death does not mean you ‘lost’ the battle. Losing the battle is when you give up, when you let cancer own you, you let it run your life, you allow it to define who you are and what you will become; you ‘lose’ the battle when you let cancer demolish your faith and your courage, you ‘lose’ the battle with cancer when you wallow in self-pity and succumb to the illness. My mother did not ‘lose’ a battle. She owned her cancer and did not allow it for one moment to determine who she was. My mother did not let cancer run her life, she did not allow cancer to define who she was or what she would become. cancer did not demolish her faith or courage, in fact her faith grew stronger. My mother did not succumb to her illness and she most certainly did not wallow in self-pity. My mother’s face should be the face of what it means to truly defeat cancer; death comes to us all. It’s not what the illness does -it’s what you allow it to do. I miss you and love you momma, more than you could ever imagine <3