Three Wabash alumni in Indianapolis and Dayton, OH are in the running for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) Man of the Year.  The winner is determined by the number of votes ($1 per vote) he is able to raise by May 10. “The contest raises funds for blood cancer research in honor of local children who are blood cancer survivors, the Boy & Girl of the Year, because everyone wins when cancer loses.”

Ryan Claxton ‘01, whose daughter, Sophie Grace, was diagnosed with a type of leukemia just a few days after she was born — Ryan is in the process of raising $100,000 for LLS by May 10.

Mike Biberstine ’00 — raising money to honor the LLS Boy & Girl of the Year.

Graham Bailey ’03 — a candidate from the LLS Man of the Year from the Tri-State of Southern Ohio Chapter, which covers Cincinnati and Dayton.

Each candidate can use your votes to support their common goal.  Directions on how to donate are on each of their LLS web pages, linked above.

Thanks to Bryan Roesler ’06  and Adam Van Zee ’07 for the information!