My father, Marsh Douthat, was an extraordinary man. He was courageous and dignified throughout his life and not even the terrible disease ALS could change that.Visit the Douthats' album
Sue and I were married for quite a long time - just over 40 years. We had the best marriage & friendship that any couple could ever imagine. We met on a blind date in January, 1963.Visit the Earl's album
We met on a Sierra Club hike in the Columbia Gorge in May, 1984. He was cute and funny, and he loved hiking. He would have hiked every day if he could have.Visit the Sall's album
My father, Frank Daugherty, died when I was 18. He was a gregarious and truly big-hearted man. He always looked for the positive in people and events.Visit the Daugherty's album
Eighteen months from that night in the roller rink, Mom and Dad were married. For the next 50 years they never left each other’s sides.Visit the Michael's album
In addition to being a great wife, she was a great mother to our children. We played lots of games, danced, vacationed in the summer, and just had a great family life.Visit the Critton's album
That dreams don't die. Friends and family continued to fill his life with laughter and encouragement as he had filled theirs.
That helped her while she lived with ALS. This allowed me to be a daughter & for us to have fun & enjoy our time together.
Was one of the most joyous people I have ever known. She had a beautiful smile, a wonderfully positive attitude, and a fantastically infectious laugh.Visit the Sit's album
He was charming, brilliant, and caring. His sharp wit was as sure to make you laugh, as his kind heart would make you feel loved.Visit the Cadonau's album
The only road that she knew in life was the High Road. Over the years Mom's wisdom was incredibly evident. She was wise beyond her years.Visit the Butcher's album
That the fight against ALS will continue on every front. My promise is fueled by a new quest - to raise $100,000!
But nothing compared to the love that he had for each of us. He was always there, whether it be a basketball game, a gymnastics event or a cheerleading performance.Visit the Betzelberger's album
No matter what obstacle was placed in front of him. Despite it all, he could always give that big smile of his that could light up a room.Visit the Beck's album
We honor Norma Jean (Ray) Fruchey not because she had ALS, but because she was so much more to us. To learn more about our beloved Norma...Visit her album
A brave and beautiful sister, daughter, and friend, courageously fought her battle with ALS with a smile on her face and a song in her heart.Visit Haley's album
With a renewed sense of purpose. The months and days we had together from the date of his diagnosis was a real gift, a true blessing.Visit the Hopkins album
That is how all of our family has continued to, and always will, remember our dear Mother, Mother-in-Law, Grandmother, and Great Grandmother.Visit the Soffel's album
For all he had in his life. He expressed his appreciation for life, love, family and friends through everyday acts of thoughtfulness and generosity.Visit the Simpher's album
He’s been a fighter all his life and he’s not going to sit down and wait it out now.Visit Parker's album
We were married for 60 years, and my love and respect is forever. Mom was a devoted mother to our children and grandchildren.Visit the Frankel's album
No matter what hurdle was put in front of him, he was courageous and maintained his sense of humor throughout his life and not even ALS could change that.Visit the Cross' album
Compassionate care was a cornerstone of his life as a physician.Visit the Conn's album
by advocating, educating and do my part to someday make ALS a disease of the past. Currently there is hope.Visit the Tonniges' album
He always wanted to share what he knew with his family, friends and community, striving for the very best for those around him.Visit the Wahlgren's album
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