Why I Walk With Diana Lumley

My first connection with Alzheimer’s was with my maternal grandmother.  My grandmother passed away in 1996 at the age of 82 after having the disease for 7 years.  I was working in Northern Virginia at the time and only made it to the Shore 3-4 times a year, but I became very familiar with theContinue reading “Why I Walk With Diana Lumley”

Why I Walk- Tammy McCullough & Teresa Sanders

We walk for our grandmother, Georgia Green Johnson and for our dad, Eugene W Johnson, Jr. Our story starts back in the late ’90s when we lost our grandmother to this horrible illness. We can remember walking into the nursing home to visit. She would be so scared and in a fetal position because sheContinue reading “Why I Walk- Tammy McCullough & Teresa Sanders”

Why I Walk to End Alzheimer’s

By Robin Sexauer This year will be very different as I am walking in memory of my father, Robert W. Sexauer.  For the past 10 years I have co-chaired the Yuk Yuk & Joe’s Restaurant Team with Kathleen Peirson on the Eastern Shore and walked in honor of my father with my dog, also known as his four-leggedContinue reading “Why I Walk to End Alzheimer’s”