I have 19 years of service with the RCMP and am currently the Officer in Charge of Fort St John detachment. I was raised and attended University in New Brunswick before joining the RCMP. I have been posted to Invermere, Ottawa, Tumbler Ridge, Vanderhoof, Prince George and now Fort St John. I am married with three teenage children and our family is heavily involved in athletics. I grew up competing at Alpine ski racing and have been focused on fitness throughout my life. I weight train and run multiple times a week and have competed in the Vancouver half-marathon.
I have lost my maternal grandmother and father in law to cancer and was myself diagnosed with Papillary Thyroid cancer in 2018. I underwent a full thyroidectomy and radiation treatments and am now in remission. Given my familial and personal experiences it is important to me that I offer my support and story to a cause as worthy and important as Cops for Cancer.
The money raised from Cops for Cancer Tour de North helps:
· fund leading-edge pediatric cancer research that is improving cancer treatments, preventing cancer and saving lives;
· provide reliable and up-to-date information on cancer, risk reduction and treatment;
· and supports our award-winning Camp Goodtimes.
Please donate and help us reach our fundraising goal! Every donation takes us one step further in the fight against pediatric cancer. Online donations are secure and save the Canadian Cancer Society money by reducing administrative costs.
Thank you so much for your support!