Harrell Hicks has been battling Hodgkins Lymphoma since he was in high school. For 10 years, Harrell has faced this disease by himself, day in and day out, while working full time as a Dallas firefighter. He has thrown everything he's got at this fight, including bone marrow transplants, stem cell transplants, numerous clinical trials, and regularly traveling to Houston, at his own expense, for treatment. Today, he is still battling cancer and just got out of the hospital after battling pneumonia. The Krodle Foundation would like to invite you to help us lift some of the weight off Harrell's shoulders by relieving some of the financial burden. We are pledging to match $5000 in support of Harrell. Every penny of your donation will go to support Harrell Hicks.
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Founded in February 2014 by the family, crew and close friends of Lt. Krodle, the Lt. Todd Wesley Krodle Memorial Foundation exists to honor and carry on Lt. Krodle's legacy by providing scholarships to Dallas Fire Department firefighters' children, providing financial assistance to Dallas Fire Department firefighters and personnel, and assisting the Dallas Fire Department with any needs that arise.