It is that time of year again, where we challenge everyone to grow facial hair and or take a picture with a pencil mustache to help raise money and awareness for cancer.
This year rather than making a donation to Movember, we will be caring for one of our own.
Scott Henson was recently diagnosed with a new type of cancer. It is called adeno carcinoma and is an aggressive disease that started in his stomach and has spread into his esophagus and surrounding lymph nodes. He will be receiving daily radiation treatments and chemo therapy once a week. His treatment team feels they can contain the spread and hopefully get him to the point where surgery can be used to remove the lesions.
Working and being surrounded by such a wonderful team is something Scott cherishes and will do his best to be around during his treatments. There may be days he won’t feel up to being in the office but will continue to cover his customer needs remotely.
We want to help Scott and his family by donating to a Go Fund Me campaign. These donations will help with meals, rides and other needs during his time of treatment.
As this is a very sensitive time for Scott and his Family, we ask that you please refrain from reaching out directly. You can follow Scott’s journey on his blog below or by reaching out to Sonny Laurro or Paul Holbrook.
Follow Scott at Caring Bridge https://www.caringbridge.org/visit/scotthenson
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