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Virginia D. Kyser Memorial Fund

Ginny Kyser with Susan, before MS

Ginny Kyser with Susan, before MS

Team Fundraising Goal: $2,000.00

Total Number of Gifts: 14
Total Value of Gifts: $2,225.00

Recent Donors

G. Cizek

Mrs. Catherine A White

Mrs. Susan S. Crowley

Mrs. Marilyn Kellow

Ms. Erin McCarthy

Mark Todd

Mr. Daren Olsen

Kimberly Gallagher

Jann Leialoha Crawford

Mr. Thomas H. Ripley

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Fighting MS for my Daughter

No mother ever wants to see her daughter (or son) hurt in any way. Mine, Susan, was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 1996. Thanks to what we have learned, she has been able to raise two wonderful children and--even though now mostly confined to a wheelchair or electric scooter--now accompany her husband to an overseas posting in Europe.

It is not enough. We cannot reverse or "cure" the disease, or even halt its progress.

Your contribution of any size will help fund the research needed to find that cure, and support those who now suffer from the disease.

Thank you for your generosity.

A Little Bit about Ginny

Virginia "Ginny" D. Kyser was born in Reading, PA and raised in Easton, PA. She met her future husband and love of her life on a blind date, and Sergeant James G. Kyser III USMC and she were married in 1957. Together they raised two wonderful children as they traveled from duty station to duty station, finally settling in Virginia, which is where Master Gunnery Sergeant Kyser retired. She is survived by her daughter Susan, married to Colonel H.A. Frank USMCR(ret), and her son Colonel James Giles Kyser IV USMC(ret), married to the former Chris Soper, as well as three grandchildren and one great granddaughter.

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