ALS fundraiser in memory of former Navy SEAL
May 18, 2018 - als
Virginia Beach, VA – It has been scarcely 6 years given former Navy SEAL Mike Oyer mislaid his conflict to ALS, though his family is dynamic to keep adult a quarrel to find a cure.
On Saturday, May 19, Oyer’s family and friends are hosting “Cocktails for a Cause” during Mahi Mah’s Seafood Restaurant in Virginia Beach. The eventuality runs from 11am until 3pm.
Wristbands can be purchased in allege by making a $5 donation to a Frog Hallow Warriors travel team. Team organizers pronounced we have to join a travel group to make a donation, though there is no requirement to attend in the Walk to Defeat ALS on Jun 2 in Norfolk. Wristbands will also be accessible to squeeze during a doorway for $10 in cash. Donors will suffer food and splash specials. Additionally, there will be a daub takeover featuring a Frog Man Lager during $2.50 a glass, that is being supposing by Bold Mariner Brewing Company in Norfolk.
Oyer was one of a initial members of SEAL Team 6. He served in a Navy for 20 years. Oyer began display symptoms of ALS in 2006, and was strictly diagnosed with a illness in 2007. He died in Aug of 2012.
ALS, or Lou Gherig’s disease, attacks engine neurons and solemnly chips divided during one’s ability to speak, walk, speak and breath. There is no famous means or cure.