Amy Nash Touchet Legacy Fund

For: Noah & Ashlyn Touchet
Organizer: Sarah Nash & Erin Nash Fairfax
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The Story

Amy fought a courageous 8 month battle against NETs. She planned as much as she could but in her own words, "bad luck," rather than ill preparation left her without the life insurance plan she desired. Her one wish was that her kids would be able to " enjoy all the blessings and opportunities that my own parents provided as I grew up." One of these opportunites is a college education.

Amy's symptoms began in July 2013 which included extreme back pain and nausea. After 3 trips to GSH and Stanford's ER, being misdiagnosed and treated for shingles, as well as being falsely reassured that cancer could absolutely not be a cause, she finally had a CT and was told she had a stomach tumor. This tumor was later found to be Stage 4 Neuroendocrine Gastric Carcinoma. Needless to say, our family and the medical team were in shock. Amy was young, ran daily, ate healthy, and all her blood work was consistently normal- not the picture of cancer that anyone anticipated. 

Our motto throughout her journey was RU AMY STRONG. Amy wore #8 in college, which turned sideways is an infinity sign- hence our additional motto of Infinite Strength, Infinite Love. 

Amy was extremely concerned about her families wellbeing. She created a will and trust to outline many of her desires. Thankfully, Amy had enough of a life insurance policy, vacation and 401k payout for Paul to pay off the house and have money for living expenses. Amys plan was for Paul not to have to work until the kids were in school fulltime. Social security benefits are also helpful. Amys medical bills have been paid off since her passing thanks to many donations. The Nash family, some wonderful friends and ward members paid for her headstone. Amy was a better planner than she thought! 

The Nash Family would love to keep Amy's legacy alive by helping her children attend college. Donations sent through Youcaring go to paypal and then will be directed to secure USAA 529 accounts for Noah & Ashlyn Touchet. If you would prefer to send a donation directly to the accounts send us an email. 

* Please email

See Amy's journal entries for more info at 

We are also on Facebook: Teamamystrong 

Thank you for your support! 

To infinity and beyond! TeamAmyStrong. 

Erin Nash Fairfax (big sis)

Fundraiser Updates

Posted on March 19, 2015 by Sarah Nash & Erin Nash Fairfax
Join my parents as they celebrate Amy and other rare cancer warriors on Saturday April 18th 0800 Otay Regional Trails. 1700 Rios Ave Chula Vista, Ca 91911. #TeamAmyStrong
sign up at:
questions/donations/shirts email:

Posted on April 26, 2014 by Sarah Nash & Erin Nash Fairfax
Our first holiday after Amy's passing was Easter 2014. It's only been about 7 weeks but it seems like it has been a long long dream.  Walking up to my parents house I was met by Ashlyn and the first thing I wanted to ask her was, "Where's your mommy?" Its still hard, hard for everyone.  Death is never easy.  As Amy's older sister I feel a sense of responsibility to ensure her legacy is kept alive and that her children are cared for.  I know Paul hurts and is trying his hardest to do what mommy asked.  Everyone copes and grieves differently.  I feel the most for Ashlyn, I don't know if that's fair or not, but I know that girl needs a mommy. She needs someone soft and caring, someone to play princess, someone to take her shopping and to do her nails. A MOM to do her hair, put her in a dress and slide her twinkle toes into princess shoes. I feel the sense of loss in her....she just wants her MOM.  For now, grandmas, siblings, friends and Paul are doing our best. Amy was the best. Noah is playing soccer and is doing awesome.  His team name is Amy's Awesome Ninjas. Fittingly, Noah is number 8! He scored two goals today. Kids are enjoying school and tooling around with dad...boating, beach and zoo to name a few. Today they visited Amy's grave site, trimmed flowers and placed some new ones. In a few weeks we will celebrate Amy's 34th birthday.  Both sets of grandparents will visit and Paul has plans to play the drums in her honor.  Love you momma! 

We know Amy's spirit is alive and well. She is still speaking to us in so many ways. So many continue to share how she has touched them. In my own life I am constantly challenged to take a step back and count my blessings. Life is so fragile. So live the life you have imagined, and never give up! Zebras, the number 8 and infinity sign will forever hold a special place in our heart. #TeamAmyStrong! 

From Amy's Dad, Ron: 

For Facebook....Amy your family missed you this first major holiday since your passing 27 Feb 2014---Easter was not the same without you !! But, we did all the things at your parents house (Ron & Sarah Nash) you would have wanted with your hubby Paul, children Noah and Ashlyn,ie, Easter egg hunt in the front yard at your parents house with the cousins, swimming in the pool and hot tub,hiking to the pond and feeding fish and ducks,visiting the Touchet family,consuming the Easter buffet prepared by your mom and sisters and Aunt Rebecca,visiting the San Digo Zoo, taking family pictures and sharing on the internet. We felt your presence with us this weekend and know you missed us also. Paul immensely misses you but is tryng to remain "Amy strong" and raise our grandchildren the way you would have wanted.Love you forever !! Ron and Sarah Nash

For Caringbridge.....To Rose and Sam and all of AmyNashTouchet friends-we (Amy's parents Ron and Sarah Nash) want all of her friends who do not know that they can see all of Amy's videos from her funeral and other venues by typing amynashtouchet into- google-  and also -youtube---besides the Amy slide show and  secondly a video titled "Under the blanket" shown at her funeral--you can watch a slide show of the 5K fun raiser held in San Diego 2 days after her passing (27 Feb 2014)-there are also videos of her Radford college soccer coach remembering amy from her soccer playing days(1998-20020)-a video of a pediatric patient,Alex,visiting Amy 36 hours before her passing(amy loved working as a occupational therapist specializing in young children)-her friends can also check her on facebook at amynashtouchet--we also set up a memorial website on FB at teamamystrong-----Paul and the 2 children Noah(5) and Ashlyn (3) miss their mom immensely-they spent Easter weekend here in San Diego visiting us (her parents) and Paul's parents and siblings-they continue to reside in Los Gatos, CA.  and plan to raise the children there with the help of what I called the "village" in my talk at Amys funeral-Amy will always be with her family in spirit and with the help of you, the village, ie ,her friends, co-workers, LDS community, neighbors, etc, we hope that Paul and the grandkids will grow up and make their mother Amy proud-Amy no longer suffers from the pain of cancer and watches over all of us-forever family-infinite love--Ron and Sarah Nash(amy's parents)  23 April 2014

ron nash

Posted on April 1, 2014 by Sarah Nash & Erin Nash Fairfax
Links galore!!!!! Amy sure left a Legacy, to infinity and beyond, Amy Strong!

Amy’s Journal:

How to lend a helping hand:

Family Donation site:

Facebook: Teamamystrong


Support Amy's Choice Nonprofit: Support the work of Dr. Emily Bergsland at UCSF. Please make checks out to UCSF and on the memo line or an accompanying piece of paper, write “Neuroendocrine Tumor Research Fund (B2673) in memory of Amy Touchet.” Contributions can be sent to UCSF c/o Sarah Krumholz, P.O. Box 45339, San Francisco, CA 94145-0339.

Obituaries: Washington Post, San Diego Union Tribune, San Jose Mercury News:

Nonprofit & family friends site - Annettes Angels Tribute:

“Say Something” Amy’s version at her Service:

“Say Something” Kaylie & Paul cover:

Amy and patient Alex videos from her last day:

In Memory of Amy Touchet Slideshow by Spencer:

Under the Blanket, Spencer's Video:

Kim Treffinger 5k Run Video:

Nike Women's Marathon KPIX Channel 5

POST RACE Nike Women's Marathon KPIX Channel 5

Radford University Women's Soccer Helps Alum's Fight Against Cancer

Posted on March 6, 2014 by Sarah Nash & Erin Nash Fairfax

Amy Louise Nash Touchet, 33 years young of Los Gatos, CA passed away on February 27, 2014. She fought a courageous 8-month battle against a rare neuroendocrine gastric carcinoma (NET). Born in Millington, Tennessee May 17, 1980. Amy was married January 2, 2004 in San Diego, CA. She is survived by her loving husband Paul Louis Touchet and two young children Noahand Ashlyn, her parents, Dr.Ronald and Sarah Nash, siblings Erin, Allison andAndrew, grandmother Barbara Luse,in-lawsEarl and Sharreen Touchet and a large extended family.She attended Radford University on a soccer scholarship where she was a standout player.  She obtained her Masters degree in Occupational Therapy from San Jose StateUniversity. Amy was passionate about her work at Santa Clara County, CA Children’s Services where she treated young children in Gilroy and San Jose for the last 9 years. Amy was an avid runner. She was proud to runthe Women’sNikeMarathon annually with Team “A” in honor of two young leukemia patients. Amy touched many people throughout her life in her service to others. She demonstrated an amazing amount of grace and courage throughout her journey. She has been an inspiration to her village and will be remembered until eternity –kind. She had a strong faith that she practiced daily, as amember of the Church of Latter Day Saints Los Gatos Ward. Celebration of Life was held Monday March 3, 2014.

Amy’s Journal:

How to lend a helping hand:

Facebook: RUAmyStrong or Teamamystrong


Nonprofit: Support the work of Dr. Emily Bergsland at UCSF. Please make checks out to UCSF and on the memo line or an accompanying piece of paper, write “Neuroendocrine Tumor Research Fund (B2673) in memory of Amy Touchet.” Contributions can be sent to UCSF c/o Sarah Krumholz, P.O. Box 45339, San Francisco, CA 94145-0339.

Family Donation site:

Posted on February 27, 2014 by Sarah Nash & Erin Nash Fairfax

Celebration of Life Announcement

Amy Louise (Nash) Touchet

It is with a heavy heart that my family announces the passing of my Amazing sister, Amy Louise Nash Touchet. She fought a courageous battle against NETs and was an inspiration to many.  Amy has been a resident of Los Gatos, CA since attending San Jose State University. Prior to Los Gatos she lived in San Diego, CA, Chantilly, Virginia & Okinawa, Japan.  She was a proud member of the Radford University Women’s Soccer team and a dedicated occupational therapist with Santa Clara CA Children’s Services. She leaves behind her two children, Noah and Ashlyn Touchet, her masterpieces; loving spouse, Paul Touchet, her rock.

The Nash and Touchet Families would like to invite you to a celebration of life:

Date: Monday March 3, 2014

Viewing: 10:00 a.m.

Service Time: 11:00 a.m.

Location: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

15985 Rose Ave

Los Gatos, CA 95030

(408) 395-6433

*** After the services a luncheon/ “Concert” will be held in Amy’s honor ***

Location & time TBA

For those unable to attend on Monday a viewing will also be held:

Date: Sunday March 2, 2014

Time: 4:00-6:00 pm

Location: Darling and Fisher Funeral Home

615 North Santa Cruz Ave

Los Gatos, CA 95030

***As we finalize plans the above information is subject to change***


Erin Nash-Fairfax

Infinite strength, infinite love.

RU Amy Strong

Donation site:


How to lend a helping hand:

5k Registration: #sthash.2RNXBlpB.dpuf


Posted on February 24, 2014 by Sarah Nash & Erin Nash Fairfax

Amy can't see or type so sissy Erin is writing. 

Being transitioned to hospice with poor outlook. Thanks for joining my fight. Something cancer will never take away from me. With all my strength and love. Amy Nash Touchet

Posted on February 13, 2014 by Sarah Nash & Erin Nash Fairfax
Just posting a reminder about the upcoming 5k to support Team Amy Strong.

So Cal Family and Friends and those willing to travel.......

Amy is on the up swing and we think she will be able to attend the event & then maybe head to Disneyland with the kiddos! What a great weekend this will be.  Hoping to see many family and friends there. Make sure to register so you can get your tshirt and swag bag.  As of today we have 66 registered.  It is in 2 weeks and our goal is 200.  Help us meet our goal and come see Amy. 

This event it to benefit Paul TouchetAmy Nash Touchetand their beautiful litle family! (they have 2 little kiddos that are the cutest!)
Our goal is to raise $20K for them. Amy has a rare stage 4 cancer and the money is going to help with treatments, bills and to help with anything they need. She is an avid runner and I couldn't imagine doing an event other than a 5k! 
I am humbled by their love, faith, sacrifice and strength as a couple and a family. They have been a source of inspiration to me and countless others. Please pass this on! If you cannot attend, but would like to donate money or supplies please let me know!
For google maps purpose use the following address since the park doesn't seem to have one at this entrance. 1820 Rios Ave, Chula Vista, CA it is the address of a church at the end of the street, the park entrance is right before the church. Park in the parking lot or on the street. 

Price of race is $20. You will get a race shirt and swag bag 

CHECK IN STARTS AT 8, at the end of RIOS, where it dead-ends.

Silent auction and food after the race.




Erin (Amy big sis)

Posted on February 1, 2014 by Sarah Nash & Erin Nash Fairfax

Life Cup Soccer Tournament

My mom said she didn’t know how to tell this part of the story. I felt destined to write as the idea for this post awoke me from my sleep, mind racing.

So here is an update family, friends, and supporters.

RU Team Amy Strong vs. Neuroendocrine Carcinoma

On Tuesday we found out who our opponents are:


The toughest opponents on the field.  Undefeated.

But our spirits are not broken.  We’ve put up a good fight to get here, to the championship game, and we are not giving up now. 

Top coaches: UCSF, Stanford, Dr. Bergsland, Dr. Cabeebe

Team Captain: Sarah Nash

MVP: Amy

This week we traveled to MD Anderson to find new players for our team. On the way out, we almost lost our team captain due to the stomach bug and missed our first game due to weather, but alas we made it! The coach at MD Anderson was very good, Dr. Yao. All the recruits played a good game but in the end there just wasn’t a good match. We were knocked down but came away with our head held high.  We will find one!

Mets to the liver. No clinical trials available in Texas.

The last game of the tournament in Texas was tough.  Muscles so sore. Mentally drained. We didn’t win, no new recruits, but we didn’t give up. Bags packed, signs in hand we headed to the airport.

No seats available on any flights…we recruited our fans to help find a flight home.  It took a village, but we did it! Thank you Southwest and all who helped. We couldn’t have waited another day.

Pain, pain so bad it took double the dose. Nausea like no other.

Emergency crews met us on the tarmac. We spent the night with our teammates at UCSF and feeling recharged; we headed home to San Jose.

We met with our coach, Dr. Bergsland. She gave us two choices for new recruits:

Hospice or CAV (Cytoxin Adriamycin vincristine)

We chose CAV because WE ARE AMY STRONG!

So here we are, playing another game with CAV.  We’ve been recharged with platelets, pain meds and family. 

Admitted to Good Samaritan hospital. Kids under 16 not allowed up due to flu season. Boo!

Whether or not we win our last match of the tournament we know we gave it our all.  We recruited the best players.  We’ve left no stone unturned. We’ve given it our best and we have amazing fans. Through it all our coaches say we have been a good sport.

Sportsmanship: Conduct and attitude considered as befitting participants in sports, especially fair play, courtesy, striving spirit, and grace in losing.

On Super bowl Sunday, whether your team wins or loses, be a good sport. Shake your opponent’s hand and say, “Good Game.”  Walk away with your head held high; cause sometimes, even when you try your hardest, winning isn’t everything. It’s that dash in the middle, the game you played.  You’ve put up a good fight.

Good game, Amy.  The toughest player out there!

The Strongest I know. We love you.

Play on!

Infinite strength, infinite love. 

Posted on January 20, 2014 by Sarah Nash & Erin Nash Fairfax
5k Fun Run/Walk

March 1, 2014

Otay Valley Regional Park RIOS AVE ENTRANCE

This event is to benefit Paul TouchetAmy Nash Touchetand their beautiful little family! (they have 2 little kiddos that are the cutest!)
Our goal is to raise $20K for them. Amy has a rare stage 4 cancer and the money is going to help with treatments, bills and to help with anything they need. She is an avid runner and I couldn't imagine doing an event other than a 5k! 
I am humbled by their love, faith, sacrifice and strength as a couple and a family. They have been a source of inspiration to me and countless others. Please pass this on! If you cannot attend, but would like to donate money or supplies please let me know!
For google maps purpose use the following address since the park doesn't seem to have one at this entrance. 1820 Rios Ave, Chula Vista, CA it is the address of a church at the end of the street, the park entrance is right before the church. Park in the parking lot or on the street. 

Price of race is $20. You will get a race shirt and swag bag 

CHECK IN STARTS AT 8, at the end of RIOS, where it dead-ends.

Silent auction and food after the race.

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!!!!!! You can do the following: register only, register AND donate OR just donate! Please make sure you print out your confirmation and bring it with you to check in to the event. RU AMY STRONG!?!


Rabeka Spagnolo Harrison

Here are some other thoughts from Rebeka:

Here is the list of things we are asking to be DONATED or money doanted to cover the costs. We want as much of the $20k to go to the Touchet family and not to costs to host this event.  Thank you ahead of time for your generosity and help without you we couldn't do this alone!
-1-2 Banners (they could be made out of paper or painted on fabric or a big printed one)
-6 Signs to mark exits from freeway and to registration
-T-shirts (either at cost or donated to event, we anticipate needing about 200 shirts)
-Some one who is EMT or firefighter or liscensed first aid to help day of event (at least 1 person, but 3 would be better)
-Trail markers (bright colored ties that we could tie on bushes to mark the trail as to not hurt the plants)
-5-10 Volunteers day of to help check in, answer questions, help with pre race, help with post race, Silent auction and prep work
-5-10 Volunteers day before- to help stuff race bags, make sure course is marked and to prep food (if needed)
-1-3 Photographer(s)- to document event for family and publicity
-Silent Auction Donations- AS MANY AS WE CAN GET! 
-Sponsorships- $75 to sponsor and put goodies/biz cards in swag bag $150 for name to go on banner and swagbag 
-Post Race food- Bananas, oranges, muffins, bagles, water, gateraid, ice, coffee, cocoa, cups, napkins (and if we could get a vendor to do tacos/mexican food? )
-Money donations. OUR GOAL IS $20k. If you know of any business who would like to sponsor, please send my way! 

Interested here is her email: phone: 619.829.6088


Private Message Rabeka Spagnolo Harrisonon Facebook

RU Amy Strong? 

Thank you! Erin Nash Fairfax (Amy sis) 

Posted on December 27, 2013 by Sarah Nash & Erin Nash Fairfax
The bad P's- Past due, pain, puking, no PRRT, and plans changing. But thankfully there's the good P's which we will celebrate and embrace- preschool, pizza, perfection, prayer, pictures, poster and peace.

It's been a too long since Mommy has had enough physical and emotional energy and strength to write a journal entry. Hence- Past due. I post very brief posts on Facebook to give everyone updates, but I miss pouring out my heart into my journal entry. It's great for the mind, body, and soul and you all patiently read and tolerate my sometimes scrambled pill, pain, and emotional words so patiently. Thank you for your encouraging comments, I read every single one and they are appreciated  :)

So the last couple weeks have been rough and filled with pain and puking. Severe hip, back, and stomach pain returned about two weeks ago. After two very long trips to ER's accompanied by wonderful, supportive best friends, it was confirmed that the cancer had become resistant to the second line of chemo. BUMMER. We also received the very heartbreaking and disappointing results from the experts in Israel and Germany that I am not a candidate for PRRT. It felt like I got body slammed with bad news. It was depressing, discouraging, and scary that one of the few treatment approaches to cancer that had very encouraging results wasn't an option. So our only choice for now is to visit more cancer centers throughout the US, including Stanford, MD Anderson, and UC Davis for consultations and discussions on clinical trials. Reality is- options are running out and there are very limited clinical trials for my very rare cancer. 

SO Plans change and we continue to ride the wave. I'm now on the my third line of treatment (7th round of chemo overrall) and will explore more cancer centers throughout the US in hopes that we will have a clinical trial that's a right fit for me. Patience, patience, patience... and determination. Amy Strong. Endure, endure, endure...

And now for the fun stuff! Noah and Ashlyn's Preschools have so generously given us constant support throughout this cancer journey. Noah's preschool surprised us with a beautiful Christmas wreath filled with generous gift cards from parents and classmates from LGPNS. Gas, grocery, clothing, visa, and department stores gift cards by so many. Our entire family was extremely touched and humbled by the kindness of our preschool family that welcomed us with open arms into the amazing LGPNS preschool in August. We were donated enough funds in Visa gift cards from LGPSN in addition to xmas gift checks to go towards our number 1 fun-filled wish- to start a fund for Disney season passes. We're almost half way there! Eek! 

Ashlyn's preschool, Shannon Nursery School, has also been very active in supporting our journey. One of the most touching services by one of her young classmates was the donation of the funds of the kids' lemonade stand towards our family. I hope one day my kids will be able to serve others and follow this incredible example the kids and parents have set for our family and community. Thank you. There was also a basket of cards and well wishes from the school which was so welcoming and heart warming to see as I walked in the door. After receiving bad news all week, just seeing the efforts of these young families brought strength and comfort to know our family is not alone. I cried tears of joy as I walked back to the car, in shock at the incredible amount of good people that have become a part of our journey. Our roof is also generously being replaced by the efforts of an anonymous donor and the preschools. Blessings, blessings, and prayers answered. Thank you just doesn't seem to suffice, but know we have a deeper gratitude for others than we have ever experienced.

Pizza! Redwood Estates is an absolutely wonderful community that we fell in love with in 2010 when we first visited the redwood canopied cabin home which we purchased 6 weeks later. We are grateful for the Pizza fundraiser hosted at Nonno's Pizza by our amazing neighbors Anj, Carolina, and Georgia and readily agreed upon by owner, Ralph. The ladies so beautifully orchestrated a wonderful, successful fundraiser attended by members of the community, preschool classmates, my work clients, my co-workers, and friends. We are so grateful to all whom attended and helped raise an astounding $1000. We will use the funds to purchase a much needed used jacuzzi with a lounger with jets for pain control and quality of life for myself. We look forward to lounging under the starry nights, reflecting on the amazing people that made this event possible. Thank you, thank you thank you.

Perfection. The summary of Christmas 2013 for our family. This was the first Christmas we have ever celebrated in Northern California. It's also the first Christmas in our home, just the 4 of us. No long road trips crammed into a short 3 days. It was amazing from the start of the holidays. We had a  preschool family generously come and transform our home what would appear in a HallMark Christmas catalog. The family, along with their kids, decorated from wall to wall. They also had lights put up on our house and in the interior of the house cleaned. It was joyous for all for us to wake up to the Christmas spirit amongst two weeks of bad news. Incredibly grateful for the service of their loving family. Spending the Christmas holiday for for the first time meant we got to wake up Christmas morning and watch the amazement in the kids eyes. Pure joy and bliss. Our happy place. 

My parents and brother stayed for the week in the trailor on our lot and joined us after the initial Santa wrapping on Christmas morning. We were also thrilled to have Alli, Spencer, Linda, Warren, Rebecca, Corey, and Cooper rent a beautiful home on the beach in Santa Cruz. We spent time at the beach, rode the Santa Cruz lights train, ate at favorite restaurants, made gingerbread houses, decorated Christmas cookies, sat under the canopy of redwood trees sharing stories, ate a wonderful Christmas meal at their beach house, filmed a legacy video, ate Its Its (Nor Cal original delicious icecream sandwich), and enjoyed a family game of Myrtle the Turtle (our own kids version of an adult game- we can credit Noah for the creation of the new titled game!). Our adventures continues through the weekend before they head back to LA and San Diego on Friday and Saturday. It was a perfect Christmas and being able to enjoy the company of family without pain, much puking, and pills was a prayer answered. We're grateful and we know this Christmas will forever have a special place in all of our hearts.

Prayer...we had the opportunity to film a legacy video thank to my talented and thoughtful brother-in law, Spencer. The legacy video will serve as a way to tell others about my journey and hopefully touch the lives of others and give them strength through struggles. One of the questions that stood out in my mind was how I get through this type of devastating diagnosis. I attribute my strength to the power of prayer- my own prayers, our family prayers, and your prayers. I am reminded of the lyrics of a favorite hymn titled"I need Thee Every Hour." One of the lines of the songs says, "I need Thee every hour, in joy or pain; Come quickly and abide, or life is in vain." It's true that through good and bad, the power of prayer is amazing and I'm so grateful for strong, firm spiritual beliefs. They bring my comfort and I know blessings have resulted from the prayers uplifted by so many. Our sincere appreciation.

Pictures... we also had the opportunity to take several pictures this weekend. We will continue to reflect upon these photos to get us through the tough times of the cancer journey. I will upload more pictures to share with all of you. The pictures represent laughter, joy, and our unique bond. One of my favorite pictures came in the form of a Christmas gift from my sister Alli.  She framed a picture from my sister, Alli Woolcottand Spencer Woolcott's wedding. This was less than a week before my cancer symptoms began and less than a month before I received the life changing cancer diagnosis. Healthy lifestyle-'active runner, soccer player, mommy to two young kiddos, breadwinner, wife, healthy eater, no history of cancer in our very large family, and strong in our faith. The picture of a rare stage 4 neuroendocrine cancer we all imagined- not! 

Poster... I would make this wedding photo of my sister and I into a cancer poster to educate others that cancer does not discriminate and that we all need to appreciate every second, every memory, and spend less time sweating the small stuff. Let go of negative energy, forgive others, and live to love and serve others as people have so graciously done for us. Thank you Alli for this happy picture ,pass on, share, and let's all start off 2014 with a renewed sense of peace.

Peace... my wish for you in 2014.
With all my love.

I love you dear family, friends, and community.

Amy.. RU Amy STRONG!

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