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As the parent's of a 3 year old child diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer, we have seen some dark days. November 24, 2012 was one of the brightest days our family has experienced since our son, Chase, beat cancer. We couldn't be more proud of our fellow Hokies that made our experience at the VT/UVA game so special. We toured the football facility, watched the final practice (field side with the players), and met all the coaching staff along with various players. It was truly a once in a lifetime experience. Thank You so much to all who were involved!
Rich and Whitney Ringler ~via Kyle L.
This post has been edited 6 times, most recently by Hokie5284 20 months ago
All the thanks should go to you, your husband, your daughter, and Chase, for showing a lot of us what true courage is. I'm 37 and have never dealt with anything remotely as physically and mentally draining as what your family has been through. God Bless you guys...
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5284, this is the part that most never get to see from our coaches. I get to see it all the time. Yes, I agree changes need to be made. And most likely there will be. That still doesn't mean they are not good people. Whatever happens I wish them well. Glad Chase had a great time!
Loved seeing the pics and following the story on Chase's day. Keep up the fight, Chase. You are quite an inspiration to all of us. Go Chase and Go Hokies!
Thumbs up 5284 and everyone for making this happen.
Awesome stuff guys - certainly made my holiday better reading the updates
Heartfelt thanks to you 5284. God be with Chase and his family.
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