I know first hand what a family must go through when a loved one is fighting a battle that he can’t possibly win. My dad, Walter Terlik, was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor on February 9, 2003, which started our family’s battle that was all too short. Dad lost his battle on July 5, 2003, when he passed away surrounded by those he loved.
He was a man who was happy and lived life to the fullest. With his warm smile and big bear hugs, in his presence you couldn’t help but be happy. He didn’t often express his feelings with words but his actions spoke volumes. Whether it was a smile, a caress, a kiss, a hug or just a nod of his head, you knew exactly what he was thinking, “I am truly a happy and fortunate man.”
My dad was my hero and taught me so
Please join us on Saturday, June 26th for a
All proceeds will benefit the research
We can all talk the talk, now let’s walk the walk!
To raise money for
All proceeds will benefit research programs of the American Brain Tumor Association.
The American Brain Tumor Association is a not-for-profit, independent organization. Not affiliated with any one institution,
Founded in 1973 out of a desperate need, the American Brain Tumor Association exists to eliminate brain tumors through research and to meet the needs of brain tumor patients and their families.