Brittan was the kindest and most courageous person I've had the privilege of knowing. She has been my little sister for 33 years and will be our guardian for years to come. Last Thanksgiving Brittan was feeling very run down, we had all thought it was lack of sleep from caring for her newborn, Blayke. Upon returning home she admitted herself to the ER and quickly found out something was wrong.. She had accumulated large amount of fluid in her chest and we were also notifed she had soft tissue cancer, sarcoma, in her leg, spleen, and lungs. Our whole family was devistated, but quickly sprang to action. My other little sister, Taylor went to work to find Brittan the best care possible. The pathology report took almost a month to come back to which we found out Brittan had an extremely rare version of Sarcoma called CIC-DUX 4. Our journey lasted roughly a year when Brittan was called home to rest and be totally healed from this horrible disease. Her husband Evan was phenomenal each and every day with all the love and support anyone could ask for. Brittan remained focused and determined and truly an inspiration for all. In light of Brittan's selflessness, we wanted to honor her desire to raise awareness, research, and support for all the families that are facing the same challenging road. Brittan didn't lose, she won, and is finally at peace and without pain. Our whole family prays for all the other warriors out there! We love you Brittan!
We would all love if you can help her with her mission and contribute to Sarcoma research so we can put an end to this horrible disease once and for all.