On March 18th, 2011 Cheryl came home from work and had a seizure. Two weeks later an MRI and surgery confirmed our worst fears. She was diagnosed with grade IV Glioblastoma. For two years she fought this disease like a champion. She endured all the chemo and radiation with grace and dignity. On April 2nd, 2013 Cheryl lost her battle. As a family we have decided that the best way to honor our wife, mother, daughter, sister, aunt, grandmother and friend's memory is to help others fighting this horrible disease.