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Fisherman, Fan

Fisherman, Fan

Fisherman, Fan

 

As a 12 year Volunteer Ambassador for Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada, I dedicate this hat as a tribute to all of the HEROES I have met along the way. I have come to know and love so many people affected by brain tumours. You have taught me so much about gratitude, love and life, truly living each day to its fullest, courage, strength and the power of the human spirit. You are all such shining stars. To the fallen heroes we have lost to this devastating disease, your spirit lives on in all of us. My heart is full of cherished memories. I will never forget any of you. To the angels still here on earth, God bless you all as we offer hope and support to one another and continue on our united journey to find a cure for brain tumours.

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