Why do I run with Team Imerman Angels, you ask. In December 2014, my husband of 30+ years was diagnosed with cancer. "It is the most common throat cancer," the radiologist said. Three months later after many rounds of chemo and radiation, the NW Oncologist told us we were in the clear which gave us hope. We were told they were going to monitor Dan every 6 months. Four months later, the cancer was back. The chemo was started but to no avail. It came back with a vengeance and Dan earned his angels wings December 5, 2015. Sadly, we never had the opportunity to reach out to Imerman Angels in Dan's case. Luckily he had family and friends that stood by his side the entire journey. It was sad that though I stood by his side the entire time, I did not know what he was feeling; what he was experiencing. With Dan resting in peace, I have vowed to do what I can to make sure that no one has to face cancer alone. October 2020, I will once again be running with Team Imerman Angels. Year #4, and God-willing there will be many more years. I raise my hand, and will continue saying "You can count on me." I am hopeful that you will consider a donation and that you too will stand up and support the work that TIA does. Join me in making sure that NO ONE FACES CANCER ALONE!!!