Zack Zortman went to a local hospital after having a speech lapse while driving. At the hospital he was given a CT scan, which identified a 5 cm tumor near the temporal lobe, which impacts speech and memory. Zack was immediately rushed to the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, where a week later he had an operation. At the end of his therapy, he wrote a song, “Meant to Live,” dedicating to anyone who has or is battling cancer, or has been a caretaker.
Criteria: Anyone who made unique contributions to cancer patient care and inspired cancer patients to fight the disease.
Nomination Process: Anyone and any organization may submit a nomination. Submission includes a description of the significant accomplishment or circumstance for which the nominee should be considered for the award. Include the name of nominees, agency or organization where applicable and nominees’s complete address and telephone number. When possible, include any audio, video, newspaper accounts or other supporting documentation covering the event for which the nomination is being made. Nominations and supporting materials will not be returned, send copies only.
Nominations may be submitted through:
1. Email: email@example.com
2. Regular mail: Kcancer Inc, 13 Melody Lane, Harriman, NY 10926
3. Directly post at 2017 Kcancer Hero Nomination forum
Nominations must be received no later than December 1, 2017.
Winner will be announced on January 1, 2018.
A very successful businessman had a meeting with his new son-in-law. “I love my daughter, and now I welcome you into the family,” said the man. “To show you how much we care for you, I”m making you a 50-50 partner in my business. All you have to do is go to the factory every day and learn the operations.” The son-in-law interrupted. “I hate factories. I can”t stand the noise.” “I see,” replied the father-in-law. “Well, then you”ll work in the office and take charge of some of the operations.” “I hate office work,” said the son-on-law. “I can’t stand being stuck behind a desk all day.” “Wait a minute,” said the father-in-law. “I just make you half-owner of a money making organization, but you don’t like factories and won’t work in an office. What am I going to do with you?” “Easy,” said the young man. “Buy me out ”.