After Basebald for the Cure raising over $17,000, he has decided that raising money and awareness for pediatric cancer is what he wants to do. So, two days after coming home from the College World Series in Omaha, he packed his bags, and his truck, and headed for Austin TX. He is completing an internship for the Lance Armstrong Foundation. Lance Armstrong's book was the first book he read after knowing he had cancer. He said it really helped him to prepare for what was to come. Later this summer Chase is expected to begin work with the St. Baldericks Foundation. He is so excited about this position. It will allow him to use his people skills to bring more knowledge of pediatric cancer, raise money for research and keep up with his first "love", Basebald for the Cure. He has a passion for what he is doing, only God has put that in him and God has lead him to all the right places and put all the right people in his path. What a great life Chase is leading and all with God's direction in his life. I have learned so much from my son.
I will try to post some pictures of the events that have happened in the past months.
As always, stay strong,
Judith~mother of Chase
This is Chase with his brother, Jake, and his father, Buddy. Above is Chase on the field at Carolina. He loved being in that uniform. The first is me, Mom, a proud mother of a son who is a Brain Cancer Survivor. :-)