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I am participating in the 2013 Sacramento Undy 5000 Saturday, March 2, at William Land Park in memory of my big brother, Robert Scrivens.
Those who knew Robert would say he was a goofball who would do anything to get a laugh out of you, and he was good at it.He was a big part of our family and he loved everyone in it.He loved anything to do with sports and was the biggest Pittsburgh Steelers fan ever.
Robert was diagnosed with stage 4 Colon Cancer at the young age of 39 and lost his battle Nov.17, 2008 at age 42. At the time he left behind 7 kids and three grandkids.
I was lucky to have him as a big brother as he was always there for me when I needed him and always wanted to have me around from the time I was born all the way to his final moments. Because of Robert I educated myself about Colon Cancer so that I can spread awareness of the disease even after was gone. I proudly stand and live by a statement that I told Robert before he passed, " You are not doing this alone."
Please support my involvement in the Undy 5000 with a tax-deductible
donation. Your support will help us prevent colorectal cancer and save lives.
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