Courage (via The Pink Pedal)

I read about this young man in a local paper, since they had visited the area over Memorial Day weekend. Four young men, ages 19 to 21, were biking across the country to raise money for breast cancer (through the Susan G. Komen Foundation). One of the young men, John, was struck by a car in New Mexico and died of his injuries last night.

It’s a quiet story, so I thought I’d pass it on if anyone was interested in making donations to the cause for which he rode. Visit The Pink Pedal blog for more info.

John AncarskiJohn Anczarski was involved in a serious accident in Laguna, New Mexico and has passed away from serious trauma to the head.

Rest In Peace. To support the Anczarski family in this difficult time you can send checks to: John Anczarski 111 Valley Hill Road Ashland, PA 17921 Make Check Out To: John Anczarski Forever in our hearts and minds, Rest In Peace John Robert Anczarski (August 16, 1990 – June 22, 2010) … Read More

via The Pink Pedal

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Shaddy
    Jun 23, 2010 @ 12:23:36

    The death of this young man is so sad. God bless him for losing his life while trying to save the lives of others. And may God bless you for posting this information.

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