Stampede Scleroderma - Detroit, Michigan

Jeffrey Charles Quinn
Jeffrey Charles Quinn

Team Quinn

Team Quinn will once again be participating in the "Stepping Out To Cure Scleroderma walk" and we could use your support. We have been walking in & supporting this event for over 12 yrs now, we started out doing this hoping to find a cure when Jeff was diagnosed. He passed away August 23 2008 at the young age of 46. A cure did not come in time for him but he wanted us to keep trying to help support ths foundation & help find a cure.

Scleroderma is a chronic, autoimmune connective tissue disease that effects over 300,000 people in the US. There is currently no known cause or cure. With your help and support we can improve research and ultimatly find a cure for Scleroderma. We are asking for your assistance to help all those who suffer from or have succumbed to Scleroderma.

Jeffrey was a person everyone liked. He was kind, smart, and a friend/brother you could always reach out to for help. Family was important to Jeff, which was instilled in him by his parents Chuck & Nora. As family was important to Jeffrey, this foundation is important to our family.

Jeff left behind two wonderful children who are using the lesson's they learned from their father to raise their own families. His son Andrew is a firefighter in the state of Washington and has a wife, Ashley, a son Reicken & daughter Hadley, Jeff's daughter Tabitha lives in Michigan and has two daughters of her own, Natalie and Brooklyn.

Please help Team Quinn raise money for the Scleroderma Foundation. Every $1.00 helps

 

 

 

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