Fight Cancer & Get On the Boat

Jay Don & Rhonda Reeve at the Crappie Master D’Arbonne tournament. Rhonda is a cancer survivor and back to crappie fishing.

Jay Don & Rhonda Reeve at the Crappie Master D’Arbonne tournament. Rhonda is a cancer survivor and back to crappie fishing.

Rhonda Reeve was happily fishing Texas club tournaments and national tournaments with her husband, Jay Don Reeve. After several doctor visits she finally landed in an emergency room where she was diagnosed with stage 3 ovarian cancer in November of 2015.

She underwent five surgeries, 16 rounds of chemotherapy and spent more than two months in the hospital. The good news today is that she is cancer-free and crappie fishing again.

In an effort to raise funds and increase awareness about ovarian cancer, Team Reeve has partnered with the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition (NOCC). Their goal is to help bring awareness to the signs and symptoms of this deadly disease.

There is no screening for ovarian cancer. Each year more than 22,000 women in the United States are diagnosed with ovarian cancer and over 14,000 die.

You can join Team Reeve and NOCC. They are asking you to join in the fight against ovarian cancer by making an annual donation to the NOCC on behalf of Team Reeve. All donors will have their logo or name added to their new NOCC boat wrap.

To give, go to: https://give.ovarian.org/teamreeve , also see Facebook page @teamreeveovariancancerawareness

 

CrappieNow says, “Go Team Reeve!”