Gail Veach

In Memorial


I recently lost my wife, Gail, to inflammatory breast cancer. She fought the dreaded disease for almost five years. Her courage, positive attitude, faith and desire to live were very stong. She was diagnosed with Stage IV breast cancer just three months after we were marrried. One of her many missions during this struggle was to spread the word to other women about inflammatory breast cancer. Though it is a rare form of cancer, it is NOT detected by mammagrams. Her’s appeared as a small pimple like growth. 

Gail and I had many “excellent adventures” during her cancer battle. This picture was our last adventure in March at Radio City Music Hall. Please help me to make more women aware of this rare form of cancer and it’s warning signs.