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Lynnice Wedewer said:   October 27, 2014 11:01 pm PST
I would like to request a blanket and chemo kit. I have breast cancer and also fighting hogkin's cancer at the same time. Our state does not offer anything like this sadly. Any help you could offer would be amazing. I am raising my 2 daughter's alone while fighting my 8th battle with cancer in almost 40 years. Lynnice Wedewer 1900 K Street S.W. Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52404 319 531 4095

Maria Chesky said:   October 19, 2014 7:30 am PST
How sorry I am Rhonda that "time pasted us by" and I lost contact with you-so many years ago - and how often, since the news of your passing has reached me, have I thought of you, and your family-I'm still on Cape Cod, with my family, and now in my 60's I am a Care Manager for a "Structured family Caregiving" Program-funded through Medicaid-going National-I have many families going through caring for a loved one with Cancer, and would love to find out if your "Comfort gifts" could help -if their is someone in the Southeastern MA area that you could put me in contact with - I would appreciate it--contact through e-mail to ladyseamist7@aol.com

Kjersten said:   February 18, 2014 7:23 am PST
Hi, do you accept personal requests for snuggies? I have a close friend going through cancer and I know she would appreciate it a lot. Keep me posted, you can email me! Thanks for all you do, you're an inspiration.

Jodi Collinsworth said:   February 3, 2014 8:40 pm PST
Hi Rhonda, my name is Jodi and we have had quite a few members in our family battle cancer, some have won and some have lost. I am looking forward to finding ways to help however I can.

Roberta (Bobbi) Roseland said:   November 11, 2013 5:08 pm PST
I have stage 3a rectal cancer I finished 5 weeks of chemo pills and radiation 10 days ago. I was blessed and didn;t Have any bad side effects from the Xeloda pills.The radiation has left me with a very sore buttcrack they tell me to keep it clean and dry and only use cornstarch on it.IT IS SO SORE I just need some feed back of what I can usefor some relief.lThank- You and God Bless you!

Deb Vollmer said:   November 10, 2013 11:19 am PST
God gave me a gift when we met again ; one of the best gifts of my life . I love you my friend

Lydia Moschetto said:   September 16, 2013 9:42 am PST
Dear Rhonda, I want to thank you for the chemo package you left with Annie at the Eagles. I was pleasantly surprised when my husband Andrew brought it home. I now have 6 more chemos left. I do hope you are doing well. Thanks again. Lydia Moschetto

Bill Long said:   July 29, 2013 3:29 pm PST
I just sent the link to Fred so he can pass it along to his golf guys. I'll get back to you when I return from NYC. Enjoy the D-R-B Banner! Bill

Bill Long said:   July 29, 2013 3:26 pm PST
I just sent the link to Fred so he can pass it along to his guys. I'm NYC bound soon, so I'll check back in when I return. Later, Bill

Linda Hinkofer said:   July 15, 2013 2:15 pm PST
Rhonda you are such an inspiration and truly a remarkable women going through what you are and always thinking of others and how you can help them!!!! You are always in my thoughts and prayers. Keep the covers coming!!!!

Nicole Barner said:   July 7, 2013 8:27 am PST
Hello, I am Nicole but I am writing for my husband who 4mos after the death of his mother, who abruptly died of brain and lung cancer, was diagnosed with stage 3B lung cancer that has also invaded all lymph nodes and his 4th rib bone. This man has been through the ringer in many ways but now he is in the fight for life and treatments are not going very well as they have thrown him into the strongest chemo and radiation possible and still has to undergo all the extra shots and medication side effects. He is going through so much and is trying to do everything he can for everyone else. So I thought he could really use a hug from a snuggie while he is undergoing his treatments and know that someone else cares Thanks Nicole

Kaziah Hancock said:   May 31, 2013 1:14 pm PST
Bless you always, Love, Kaziah

Charmaine said:   May 30, 2013 10:36 am PST
You gave a snuggie to my friend Betty, Tues at Dr Garcias office and she was so touched and warmed by it, both physically and spiritually that it touched my heart as well. It was a pleasure to meet you and feel your goodness and kindness for others. Bless you and the very best of health be yours, Charmaine, * 29 year survivor

Deborah Tracht said:   May 6, 2013 11:23 am PST
Rhonda: What a journey you have been through. I want to help with snuggies....let me know how. The honor you are about to receive is so well deserved! This is a beautiful website! Keep fighting and stay forever strong! You are an amazing woman! Kisses, Hugs and Prayers - D

Jim Gursha said:   November 11, 2012 6:24 pm PST
James Gursha James Gursha • Please consider nominating Rhonda for her extraordinary and unselfish work on the coversforchemo organization [http://coversforchemo.com/] ,for an award from the Massachusetts General Hospital. Mass General honors 100 individuals and groups for their diverse contributions to the fight against cancer. There is strength in numbers and Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center proves this each year. The one hundred is the Cancer Center’s annual fundraiser, honoring 100 individuals and groups whose diligence and discoveries, philanthropy and passion have helped advance the fight against cancer. To nominate Rhonda go to: [http://www.theonehundred.org/nominate/] Jim DY '75

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