Pablove Across America Day 24 morning dedication

November 2, 2009

Today is the Day of the Dead – the day we celebrate the lives of those we’ve lost. Pablo and Scott are at the top of our list here at The Pablove Foundation. We’ll build an altar to them tonight at Lance’s loft in Marfa. Our dedication today is to childhood cancer survivor Brian Klein. […]

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Pablove Across America Day 23 nightly dedication

November 1, 2009

Tonight, we are in Marfa, Texas. Our dedication goes out to Riley Philpot, who has just relapsed for the third time. Her doctors have told her parents that there are no other chemotherapy or surgery options. Her parents—both doctors—insist that there must be another path. They ask for our intentions to be directed toward Riley […]

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Pablove Across America Day 22 nightly dedication

October 30, 2009

Halloween night. A magical time for kids and adults who love acting like kids. Tonight, we dedicate our evening hours to Lowri Elizabeth van der Werff. She lived in Auckland, New Zealand and passed away on September 23, 2002.

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Pablove at Lance Armstrong’s house!

October 28, 2009

Lance Armstrong in his custom Pablove helmet. His support and friendship have been instrumental as we carry Pablo’s legacy forward with The Pablove Foundation. Pablove Across America auction winners Kelly Johnson and Greg Giesler with Lance Armstrong. Yes, those are the actual, unwashed Tour de France jerseys hanging in the background. Rick Babington, Lance and […]

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Pablove Across America day 20 morning dedication

October 28, 2009

Today’s dedication goes out to Karen Reycraft from Miami. She went through breast cancer treatment six years ago, and has recently had a cancer-related follow-up procedure. Karen is the mother of Dangerbird intern Melissa Perez. In an interesting twist on The Pablove Foundation’s focus on children, this is a situation where cancer has affected the […]

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Pablove Across America day 20 nightly dedication

October 28, 2009

Jo Ann and I are deeply saddened to tell you that Malachi “Kai” Smith passed away this morning at 8:18 am at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles. We dedicated our ride to Kai on October 16, the day after his cancer had recurred. We encourage you to go to his website, take a look at his […]

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Pablove on NPR in Austin

October 27, 2009

Listen to this amazing story on NPR station KUT by Julie Moody, about cycling, cancer, and the Pablove Foundation. Here’s the link to the story.

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Pablove on KGSR Austin

October 27, 2009

Jeff was on Austin radio station KGSR this morning to talk about the Pablove Foundation and the benefit tomorrow night at Emo’s Jr. You can listen here: http://www.kgsr.com/lateshow/blogentry.aspx?BlogEntryID=10068579

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Pablove Across America Day 18 morning dedication

October 26, 2009

Pablove Across America is dedicated today to pediatric cancer survivor Kelsey Burke. She is 16 today, and was diagnosed at age 13. Kelsey was treated for the form of Leukemia known as ALL at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, and then City of Hope in suburban LA. She has been cancer-free for 34 months! Today, we […]

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Pablove Across America Day 18 nightly dedication

October 26, 2009

Tonight we dedicate all the energy and goodness Pablove Across America has to offer to Danielle Kosta. Her mom Rhonda posted this comment on the Pablove Foundation Facebook page after seeing Sunday night’s dedication: Thank you for all that you are doing to find a cure for this horrible disease. My daughter Danielle was diagnosed […]

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Pablove Across America Day 17 morning dedication

October 25, 2009

Today’s dedication is to our great friend, 15-year-old Kirby Kersels. He was diagnosed with Lymphoma in seventh grade and received treatment at City of Hope cancer center in Duarte, California. Kirby was in kindergarten and first grade with Grady, and was a friend of Pablo from the moment of his birth. To see the two […]

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