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Help John Kick Cancer

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Raised by 182 people in 3 months
Created December 12, 2018
Last spring, Master Police Officer John Reynolds was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer.  John is a police officer at the Winter Park Police Department, serving as a school resource officer.  John has given fifteen (15) years of dedicated service to the citizens of Winter Park and he served five (5) years at the Fayette County Sheriff's Office in Kentucky. 

John and his wife will be traveling to NYC for surgery early next year, followed by reoccurring treatments in NYC for an extended period of time.  The cost of travel and accommodations will place a tremendous financial burden on his family, as they are not covered by insurance.  John and his wife have two young children and are active in their local church. 

John is a trooper and has undergone extensive treatment,  remaining positive and upbeat.  He continues to serve his community, working in the school as much as possible.  His commitment to his chosen profession is exemplary.  John's fifteen (15) years of selfless service is commendable and we want to see him win the ultimate fight.

John has many brothers and sisters in blue (and green) and we are hoping his extended family will help and support him as he courageously fights to beat cancer. 

Please donate whatever you can.  His family and his WPPD family thank you, in advance, for any assistance you can provide. Please share and help John.35303040_1544652803878548_r.jpeg35303040_1544652818591013_r.jpeg35303040_1544652836298650_r.jpeg35303040_1544652868523972_r.jpeg35303040_1544652891240604_r.jpeg
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John travelled to New York again on Friday. NYPD was there for him again! Thanks again Officer Riomao and Sgt Perez was arranging everything!! John’s cancer numbers are going down so we are heading in the right direction!
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John has been traveling back and forth to New York for treatment and is doing well. A special thanks to NYPD and especially Officer Michael Riomao and Officer Philip Conti who have been assisting with transportation to his treatments as well as back to the airport. I also want to thank NYPD Sgt Perez for setting everything up. They are wonderful and are truly appreciated.
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John had a successful surgery today in New York. We want to thank everyone for their prayers and donations. The outpouring of support has been amazing. Doctors are getting him ready for his continued treatments. Please continue to keep John and his family in your thoughts and prayers.

January 10th-John has been released from the doctor’s care and will be traveling home tomorrow from New York. He will be returning to New York on the 21st to start his chemo treatments.

January 14th- John and his wife have returned from from New York and he is recovering well from his surgery. Thank you everyone who has donated to help John fight his battle.
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Raised by 182 people in 3 months
Created December 12, 2018
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