Welcome to Judy Hite's Park

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About Judy Hite

Park Image Forever 20 years old. Although neuroblastoma cancer is very rare in adults, my aunt Judy was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma in 1986. After surviving two years of chemotherapy, radiation and surgery she lost her battle on January 7, 1988. Despite her fate, she remained cheerful and positive in her outlook in focusing on the tiny things of life, including “faith, hope, and love”; inspiring not only her immediate family and friends but also a generation of nieces and nephews, including myself, whom she never knew. One day we will find a cure for neuroblastoma. Please contribute to Judy's Park and help fund a cure and give these children more sunny days!

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  • Gifts of Hope has raised $29,373.00
  • This park has raised $75.00
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Park Visitors
  • The Christopher Gibney Foundation
  • Barry and Susie Rude
Park Activity
  • 1/9/2013 - The Christopher Gibney Foundation donated to this park.
    Dear Judy: Our son, Christopher, may come and visit your park. Would you watch over him while he is visiting you? Make sure he doesn’t fall off of the jungle bars! Thanks. With Love and Respect, Quynh and David Gibney
  • 5/15/2012 - Barry and Susie Rude donated to this park.
    Our Donation is in memory of you Judy, from your loving sister, Susie to help find a cure for neuroblastoma; and to give more sunny days to those stricken by this horrible cancer.