THANKS to everyone who joined us on June 13, 2021 to remember and celebrate Phyl’s life, around the date of her Yahrzeit (the anniversary of her passing) at Look Park in Northampton, MA.
Here’s a video from the event.
If you are in Amherst, you are also invited to visit the gravesite on your own at any time. The grave is at the Wildwood Cemetery at 70 Strong St. in Amherst, MA. It is the only rose/pink granite stone at the far, north end of the cemetery. Here is a map….
And for those of you who live nearby…. the deck is open! You are invited to stop by to visit me…. and talk about Phyl, your pain and sadness, your happy memories, your love for her. And I’ll tell you about our grandkids! Be sure and text or call to make sure I’m home (413-687-7798)
Finally, you are also invited to help us with our final fundraiser for the Massachusetts Chapter of the ALS Association in memory of Phyl. The money that we raise will go towards a mission that Phyl cared about deeply – a world without ALS. If you can, please donate!
- Please help us make a difference – one dollar at a time. Click here Donate to Phyl Gerber’s One Year Celebration Fundraiser to help us reach our goal! If this link won’t work, please go to Phyl’s fundraising page here (or directly here: http://web.alsa.org/goto/PhylinTropics2021).
By the way, the ALS Association told us that Phyl-in-Tropics (which was the number one fundraising team in Massachusetts in 2019) has raised over $60,000 to support research and care services for ALS over the past few years. Phyl would be very proud of this work.
For the full story of Phyl’s illness, go to: https://changingthestory.net/2020/07/19/our-journey-with-als/