A Message from Cory Sanderson
My name is Cory Sanderson and it has been three years since my devastating diagnosis of ALS, a neurodegenerative muscular disease. What started as simple slurred speech has progressed into loss of hands, arms, legs, neck muscles, and respiratory function. Currently, speaking is only possible through a specially designed computer where I use my eyes to type out phrases that are projected over a speaker. Ultimately, one loses all of the voluntary muscular function in their body and the average life expectancy with diagnosis is from 3 to 5 years. This horrific disease needs a cure.
One of the great joys of my life is playing golf. My friends, family and I are pleased to announce the 3rd Annual Sanderson Cup ALS Golf Outing. A portion of the proceeds will be used for my family medical needs, and a portion of the proceeds of this event will benefit the Les Turner ALS Foundation.
Please join us for a day of fun and camaraderie. I am hopeful that we will raise a lot of money with your support and generosity. Please come out and encourage friends and family to conquer this brutal disease. I look forward to seeing you all of you on June 11th.
I would encourage anyone with registration or volunteer questions for this event to contact one of the people below.
- John Tyrpin —
- Dan Breier —
- Jackie Sanderson —
- Pete Kosanovich —