To share community resources to help individuals find services that will aid them in their personal cancer journey.
Our Cancer Resource Network Team
Dawn Moore was new to our community when diagnosed with cancer in 2006. Unfortunately, it wasn’t until her treatments ended that she learned of our great local cancer support and services. Since then, she actively volunteers with several of our member organizations and is proud of being designated a “volunteer extraordinaire”. Dawn is a graduate of the Gulf Coast Leadership Institute and the Gulf Coast Community Foundation Board Institute.
Since her breast cancer diagnosis in 2004, Angela Long has been passionate about sharing information and resources to help others on their cancer journey. Angela is one of the founding members of the Cancer Resource Network. She is the Executive Director at Team Tony Cancer Foundation helping cancer fighters find support through peer mentors who have faced a similar journey. Angela is also the founder and coach of Survivors In Sync Breast Cancer Survivor Dragon Boat team.
Pat Van Stedum
It is vital to those facing cancer to learn of the resources available to them through the Cancer Resource Network. As Vice President and team member of Survivors in Sync, breast cancer survivors can join us in learning about dragon boating and celebrate life after cancer. Being on the local National Cancer Survivors Day Committee for many years has brought the importance of this to light.
Secretary Team Tony Foundation
Tony McEachern Is the co-founder of the Team Tony Cancer Foundation. Diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor at 33 years old, Tony had loving support from family and friends, but never met anyone his age who was a cancer survivor. He wanted to talk to someone just like him, someone who truly understood and remembered, someone who had already faced the same type of cancer. Tony’s idea of a peer support organization, initially a grassroots effort, became more formal, and the idea a reality with the official founding of the Team Tony Cancer Foundation in Sept. 2010. Today, Team Tony Teammates provide that gift to cancer fighters and caregivers all across Florida’s Suncoast.
David Morse is Chairman of Men to Men of Sarasota, affiliated with Sarasota Memorial Hospital, a 20 year old support and education group for prostate health. A former college and professional athlete, and foreign service and domestic public servant, he currently works on a nationwide health study under the US Department of Health and Human Services. As a board member of Cancer Resource Network he encourages the important outreach of CRN.
Legal Aid of Manasota
An involved community fully aware of all resources available to persons dealing with cancer.