Join Me in Honoring Lori Pierret
Lori was first diagnosed with Hodgkin’s disease at the age of 14. In 1972, the medicine and technology available allowed Lori to beat the disease and continue to benefit this world with her kindness. Then, again at the age of 41, she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Twenty-eight years later, the resources available to cancer patients improved drastically allowing her, yet again, to overcome the illness. In 2017, at the age of 58, she was diagnosed with meningioma - a biproduct of Hodgkin’s disease. The incredible researchers and Doctors at Mayo clinic contributed to her treatment and quality of life despite unfortunate circumstances. In January 2020, Lori was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer. With all the grace one could imagine, Lori fought to defeat her fourth round of cancer. She died peacefully, Thursday, April 30, 2020 at the age of 61.
Beating cancer once is a triumph in its own, but winning the fight 3 times speaks to Lori's intense perseverance to stay with those she loved. Thanks to foundations like Susan G. Komen, advancements in research, medicine, and technology make stories like Lori's possible. To honor Lori's life, we ask that you make a donation, no matter the size, to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Your donation will help survivors like Lori, and allow for families like ours more precious time with the ones they love.
From the bottom of our hearts, thank you.
If you think this page contains objectionable content, please inform the system administrator.