Pam's Blog (4)

Merry Christmas Everyone

I have not been around for most of this year so haven't been very active on here. Last year my Mom was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. I got to fly down in October and spend a couple of weeks with my Mom and Dad, and with my brother and 2 of my sisters that also flew in to spend some time with our parents. I had just broke my ankle the week before I flew down so was on crutches and couldn't put any weight on my leg. So, I told my Mom I would come back to help when I got the cast… Continue

Added by Pam on December 23, 2010 at 1:58am — No Comments

Shaving for a cure for cancer

Our fire dept took part in St. Baldrick's again this year and I chose to shave my head to stand in solidarity with those that lose their hair due to cancer. I didn't actually get out to raise donations because I was sick but still shaved my head. If you would like to donate to this worthy cause, you can donate here: Thanks ahead of time. We have all been affected by cancer in one way or another.

Added by Pam on March 17, 2008 at 8:44pm — No Comments

Cameron C. Carter

Even though we are continuing the search for firefighter/paramedic Cameron Carter, there will be a "Celebration of his Life" on Saturday.

Kenai resident Cameron C. Carter was reported missing Monday, Dec. 3, 2007, when the LifeGuard helicopter he was working on as the flight paramedic was reported missing in Prince William Sound near Whittier. Following an seven-day search, no survivors were found and it is presumed he made the ultimate sacrifice. He was 24.



Added by Pam on December 13, 2007 at 8:56pm — 2 Comments

Praying for our lost brother Cameron

8 days ago our Lifeguard helicopter went down. Onboard was one patient, the pilot, one nurse and one firefighter/paramedic (Cameron). The body of the nurse and the sliding door from the helicopter were found 3 days ago. Still missing, the pilot, the patient and Cameron. The search and rescue was called off yesterday due to continued bad weather and the fact that it has been 8 days since the incident. It is believed that the helicopter might be in water that could be in excess of 600 ft deep.…


Added by Pam on December 11, 2007 at 2:19pm — 3 Comments

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