Marilyn Will: tried and true

Marilyn Will has a 360-degree perspective of Wellspring Calgary … she has been a volunteer, member and valued committee member. Read how Marilyn’s connection to Wellspring spans over a decade, and sparked a generous donation from her parents’ art collection.

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Kristel Boon: home away from home

Kristel Boon says she’s ‘slowly reemerging’ after a cancer diagnosis in 2018 threatened to derail her trip abroad. Read how she is back on home ground and finds solace at Wellspring Calgary.

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Putting for a personal cause

Stephanie Kirby put Wellspring Calgary forward as a charity of choice for the 2021 MortgageLine golf tournament. Why? Because she knows all too well, how important it is to have support when faced with cancer.

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Ian Loughran: ticket to ride

Ian Loughran is pumped to be alive and well at (almost) 50, after facing terminal cancer at 35. He’s also pumping up his bike tires and doing the Cancervive ride in August in support of Wellspring Calgary and those living with cancer. Read Ian’s remarkable story of survival and revival.

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Maureen Hall

Maureen Hall is one of those exceptional Wellspring enthusiasts who started as a member, became a volunteer, and later became a program leader and a member of Wellspring’s Governance Committee.

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Nicole D

Nicole has endured more than her share of adversity, from losing her husband at age 30, to facing cancer in her 40s. What keeps her spirit strong is a deep abiding belief that everything is unfolding as it should.

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Kerrie Gagne

My name is Kerrie Gagne and at 48 years old, I am living with a rare, non-curable form of blood cancer called AL Cardiac Amyloidosis. This happens when an abnormal protein called amyloid builds up in organs and interferes with their normal function.

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