Beca’s Care: The Alsop Family, St. Louis, Mo

Through our Beca’s Care Program, Blackout Melanoma provides emotional and financial support to individuals currently diagnosed with stage III/IV metastatic melanoma. As patients and their families go through the challenges of life onset by metastatic melanoma, it’s important that we continue to provide security and hope to them.

The Alsop Family

We began supporting the Alsop family in 2015.  Lisa Alsop had stage IV metastatic melanoma. She was active in Blackout Melanoma events and was a shining light and constant reminder of why we do what we do.

Lisa lost her battle to melanoma January 18th, 2016.

Felicia “Lisa” E Alsop

September 30, 1970 – January 18, 2016

Loving wife of Daniel; cherished mother of Jacob and Brody; loving daughter of Joan (Tim) Diffley and the late Marvin Levy; dear step-sister of Molly Xenakis, Maggie Brown and Michael Diffley; dear sister-in-law of Joan Alsop, Paula Alsop and Patricia Hernandez; dear aunt, niece, cousin and friend to many.

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The Alsop Family at Blackout Melanoma’s A Day the Ballpark event in June, 2015.

“Blackout Melanoma has been here to support me financially and physically along with my parents. I don’t know what I would do without such great people holding my hand and being positive when I can’t for myself!! It means the WORLD to me!!! They are not just a regular group. They are my FAMILY!!!”

May you rest in peace, Lisa.  We love you and we miss you.

 

 

 

 

For more information on our Beca’s Care Program please click here.

For any other information, please contact us at info@blackoutmelanoma.org.

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