Shull Family Support

52294242_1604321739501712_r.jpeg52294242_1604321779740286_r.jpeg52294242_1604321810809154_r.jpegOn behalf of the Shull family, please consider supporting this ‘Go Fund Me’ campaign or sharing this page.

In 2016, Stephen Shull was diagnosed with an advanced stage of lung cancer. Stephen and his family have battled this disease through countless trial treatments, chemotherapy, and radiation. During this time, Stephen maintained a positive attitude and strong determination to beat this horrible disease. Recently, Stephen’s cancer has progressed, and the worst possible outcome has become a reality.  

Stephen is a dedicated father to four children, and husband to his wife Katie. While Katie has tried to hold their family together during this time, she recently lost both of her parents.  

Stephen has devoted his entire life to serving his country and Sarasota County, the community he calls home. Stephen has been a Deputy Sheriff Pilot with the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office for the last 6 years. Previously, he served in the United States Coast Guard and Army. While serving in the Army, he was deployed twice to combat zones, and thankfully returned home safely both times. 

The funds donated towards this campaign will be used to pay for medical expenses, final expenses and to help support his family.

Please keep Stephen and his family in your prayers.


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    • $100 
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    • $100 
    • 8 d
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    • $25 
    • 8 d
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    • $100 
    • 9 d
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    • $500 
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Fundraising team (3)

Brent Wineka 
Raised $1,840 from 21 donations
Venice, FL
Kathleen Shull 
Adam Kaskey 
Team member
Raised $800 from 6 donations
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