Our classmate, our friend, our state champion on the football field, our Valedictorian. It was inevitable that Bryan was destined for greatness.
Since delivering our commencement address 20 years ago, he has become a soldier, a doctor, a husband, and a father. Bryan has taken his courage to the battle field, his compassion to the medical field, and his children to the ball field.
Now the doctor has become the patient and his courage is on full display. As many of us have seen on his daily updates on social media, Bryan is battling lymphoma. He requires multiple blood and platelet transfusions per week. This summer, many of our fellow PA Astros who are still in the New England area will be participating in a blood drive in his honor. Date TBD.
For those who are not able to donate blood, but wish to contribute in other ways, we have established this page to help Bryan and his family with the unforeseen expenses they are now confronted with.
Please share this page with your networks and lets help as much as we can. Our fundraisng goal is $10,000.
Cancer doesnt stand a chance against someone as full of positivity, fight, and drive as Bryan.