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Every 65 seconds someone in the U.S. develops Alzheimer’s.

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  • — In Memory Of —

    Catherine Allott

    Not a day goes by that I do not think of my mom and all that she meant to me. I hope that she would be proud of the work that Susan and I are doing with Rivet Revolution in her memory.

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    Susan Evans

    My partner, and friend. Thank you for helping me realize this dream of bringing hope, and beauty to the Alzheimer’s community.

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    Lois Blech

    In honor of my mother-in-law whose grace and acceptance knew no limits. Even during her times of forgetfulness and confusion, she loved unconditionally. I miss her every day.

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    Sam and Mary Strazza

    Mommy and Daddy, I miss you so much. I wish Alzheimer’s hadn’t taken you both. We must find a cure. You were the best. My soft place to land. Thank you for being the best parents ever. Love, Lisa

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    William Brabon

    A man of quiet strength and integrity. I miss you so much Dad.....especially during the college football season! GO BLUE!

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    George Purcell

    Dad, I'm so thankful for our many years together and the beautiful messages you send me when I need them most. You are in all of our hearts always. xoxo

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    Oscar Pieper

    An incredible man, generous, loving to his family and always with a smile. We miss him

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    Karen W Clay

    To the love of my life for 60 plus years, with such a loving, caring, giving and generous woman. I miss you everyday.

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    Liz Gindraux

    Thank you for your strength, partnership and commitment to help End Alzheimer's. This is the BEST second act and I cannot imagine anyone I would rather be on this journey with - THANK YOU

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    Fred Shuford

    I miss you every day Daddy, your Love was always present, & you always had a smile for us. Alzheimer's may have took your memories but it couldn't take what was in your Heart. See you on the other side. You live on in us all. THANKS.

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    Carol Elaine Mini

    Missing my best friend and my mother who succumbed to this disease almost 5 years ago. Dreaming of the day when we meet again and for the time when we have the first survivor of Alzheimer's disease.

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    Mary Rhatigan (Grandma)

    My memory of my grandmother was coming home after school and watching GH. I knew she would not remember tomorrow what she was watching today. There is an Alzheimer’s story on GH now that brings those memories back. Let’s end Alzheimer’s!!

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    Tom Netherton

    My Dad was cherished by all and will be forever the best of men. We miss and love you.

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    Ann O’Connor

    Mom , You raised 9 children and were always there for us anytime we needed you. It’s heartbreaking that you are no longer with us on earth but I feel your presence all around. We will carry on your legacy. We miss you everyday, we love you for ever

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    The Allott Girls

    Thank you for radiating unconditional love, strength and hope through it all. I’m proud to join leaders like you on the road to end Alzheimer’s.

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    Mary Blackmon

    Grandmother you are my hero, my everything and I will fight this disease with you and for you. You will never be forgotten

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    Oz Pieper

    I have missed you for years. I love you. My heart breaks you have this dreadful disease. You would be so proud of Rivet Revolution.

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    William Cozetti

    Dad... you were the kindest and most caring man I have ever known! I miss and love you every day! All of the wonderful memories we shared through the years will be passed on to my children! You will live on in all of us forever! I miss you more and!

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    Raymond J Belliveau

    The most wonderful of memories I have carried over the past couple of years, I carried for us both. I will hold all that I can and continue to gather more memories from those whose live you touched that cross my path. Thank you for being my Dad.

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    Susan Evans

    To my Mama- You show me strength, love and compassion. I am so proud of you. I love you and I am here for you. Love, Kam

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    May Gindraux

    In memory of my grandmother who was my first experience with Alzheimer. To this day, I still remember the pain I saw in my dad's eyes the first time his mom asked him who he was. Thank you Rivet Revolution for all that you do!

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    Patricia Nancy Hughes

    Mom, although you were taken entirely too early and suffered tremendously, I happy to take the time I got with the amazing-ness that you were than a lifetime with someone not as magical as you.

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    Jan Pieper

    Our mother who has demonstrated such remarkable devotion to her husband through these difficult years. You have been an incredible inspiration to your children and your grandchildren. We all love you very much!

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    Liz Gindraux

    In honor of my mamacita, thank you for showing me what it means to be a strong leader, a builder of communities, and shaper of change. I love you!

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