December 2017
Blazeman Foundation for ALS Newsletter

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Blazeman Warriors keeps growing! We are proud to have you representing us on the battlefields!

Thank you all!

As we come to the end of another year, the Blazeman Foundation wants to thank you all for your support in carrying on Jon's mission. We could not fund ALS research without you.

It has been 12 years since we shared the holidays with Jon...Anna, pictured here with Jon and Santa is 12 years old now...

Keep us in mind when making your end of year tax deductible donation...Thank you ! 

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Mary Ann and Bob,

Jon's mom and dad

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On May 2, 2005, twenty-year Multi-Sport veteran Jon Blais a.k.a. "Blazeman" at age 33 was diagnosed with the fatal motor neuron disease ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis). Blazeman dubbed himself the "ALS Warrior Poet" and brought his battle to the big island of Hawaii on October 15th that year, where he became the first person with ALS to complete the Ironman World Championships. It was his last race. In 2006, a number of athletes, inspired by Jon's 2005 efforts, rolled across the finish line in Hawaii in honor of Jon and his battle against ALS. In 2007, the Blazeman Foundation for ALS expanded Team Blazeman, comprised of "Blazeman Warriors" who have committed to raising awareness and funding a search for a cure for ALS..."So  Others May Live."