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Witnee was diagnosed 4 days before her 18th birthday with Hodgkin's lymphoma cancer. Prior to that she has suffered from epilepsy since age 11 with complex partial, absence, and nocturnal seizures. For the last 3 years she has been an advocate for epilepsy patients and their families, and this year became an ambassador for the epilepsy foundation. She was enrolled in college, but has had to put that on hold. Despite all that she has walked through she continues to fight and not quit!
This campaign has been authorized by Jeff & Jennifer Goodwin
 

Luziana Gastelum was diagnosed with LEUKEMIA 3 weeks ago and passed away yesterday, July 14th with her husband by her side. Her husband, Bo Gastelum, Has authorized this fundraiser. Please share this fundraiser and donate if you can.  Thank you! 

Luziana Gastelum was diagnosed with LEUKEMIA 3 weeks ago and passed away on July 14th with her husband by her side. Her husband, Bo Gastelum, Has authorized this fundraiser. Please share this fundraiser and donate if you can.  Thank you! 

 

Any tributes left on Bel's memorial website will be printed in a keepsake book for the family, along with the photos in the gallery. Please feel free to leave a tribute here before August 15th. 


Scott Thomas Pitchford, age 47, was born on March 12, 1970, in Racine, WI. Scott served our country, first as a soldier in the U.S. Army and then as a sniper in the U.S. Marine Corps, since he was 17 years old. Scott proudly served in the military for eight years. Scott then dedicated his life to the Las Vegas community by serving as a police officer with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department for 19 years. Scott retired from LVMPD on May 31, 2017. Scott was a true American Hero, a fierce warrior, amazing husband and father, loyal son and brother, a brother in blue, U.S. Marine, and a best friend to so many. Scott is survived by his wife Rhiannon, daughters Alyssa and Raelee, son Darien, mom Sam, dad Bob, sister Jenilyn and family, mother-in-law Sherrie, father-in-laws Ron and Dave, numerous brother and sister –in-laws, nieces, nephews, his Marine Corps family, his brothers and sisters in blue and many, many friends. Scott’s infectious personality and his ability to make everyone feel special and will be severely missed. Scott passed away on July 20, 2017. His celebration of life will be on Friday, July 28, 2017, at 3:30 p.m. at the Veteran’s Memorial Park, 200 N 200 E, Cedar City, Utah.

 

This campaign has been authorized by Scott's wife, Rhiannon.