Jeremy Han

Jeremy Han Jeremy and his crew at his three Shack Restaurants have raised thousands of dollars for TBBCF over the past decade. Not only that, but Jeremy has helped us create a fundraising model for Breast Cancer Awareness month both in southeastern Connecticut and western Rhode Island that has been copy/pasted into numerous other breast […]

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Jean Lewis

In memoriam Jean (Dutra) Lewis – January 11, 1950-February 7, 2017 TBBCF Walk Participant and Volunteer Obstacles never stopped Jean from living her life to the fullest. She was born with Congenital Aortic Stenosis, which occurs when the heart’s aortic valve narrows. This narrowing prevents the valve from opening fully, which obstructs blood flow from

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Pat Meringolo

In memoriam Patricia (Pat) Meringolo – December 2, 1942-March 23, 2017 TBBCF Administrative Volunteer and Walk Across SECT Pit Stop Team Lead   On March 23, 2017, the Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation (TBBCF) lost a long-time friend and faithful volunteer, Pat Meringolo, who lost her battle with lung cancer. She was diagnosed in August,

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Marcie Brensilver

Marci Brensilver Marcie Brensilver will be walking her 11th walk on October 1, 2016. She is a founding member of TBBCF, and holds the position of the top all-time fundraiser since 2006. On June 7, Marcie celebrated 25 years as a breast cancer survivor. In 2005 I walked a three-day cancer walk with Norma Logan and

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Rayna Dakin

Rayna Dakin Rayna Dakin is a seven year breast cancer survivor and walker/volunteer with Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation. In 2009 Rayna was diagnosed with DCIS (Ductal carcinoma in situ). I felt so fortunate for early detection and thankful to the doctor who was able to see those tiny little dots.   My husband Richard and

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Amelia Caster

Amy Caster For the past six years, Amelia (Amy) Caster has participated as a TBBCF walker with a group of teammates/friends who formed a walk team in her honor. Amy is a breast cancer survivor. My involvement was started by a Pfizer colleague. A friend picked up information about TBBCF at the Mystic Art Festival

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Bobbette Clapsadle

Bobbette Clapsadle Bobbette Clapsadle is a three year walker who heard about TBBCF several years ago and volunteered at a rest stop. After battling breast cancer myself in 2013, I found a new passion to raise funds to help eradicate this life changing disease. My husband grew up with the Sottile family in Pleasure Beach.

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Pam Watt

Pam Watt Pam Watt is a foundation top fundraiser, a seven year walker, the TBBCF’s Matching Gift Administrator and a member of the Board of Directors. In 2008, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. My friends and family formed a team and walked in support of my fight. I was undergoing chemo so I waited for them

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Rich Pugliese

Richard Pugliese Richard Pugliese is a former Vice-President of TBBCF Board of Directors and a ten year walker/volunteer. I was drawn to the vision of Norma Logan and Sandy Maniscalco mainly because I knew Tim and Terri Brodeur. I miss them dearly.  I vowed to support the organization and the work to support TBBCF in

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Sandy Maniscalco

Sandy Maniscalco Sandy Maniscalco is a co-founder of the Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation and currently serving as Director of Development & Operations. Sandy has served in a number of roles since its launch in February 2006 (at both managerial and yeoman levels). One of my greatest accomplishments is co-founding TBBCF with Norma McPhail Logan.

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