A Snowdrop Memorial Fund- see Snowdrop Funds has been set up in Debbie’s memory, creating a lasting tribute to a very special person. To make a donation click: justgiving.com/remember/72894/Debbie-Brewer
Debbie Brewer, who has touched the lives of so many people affected with mesothelioma through-out the world, sadly died on Sunday 9th June 2013.
She has been a source of support, information and love to so many and will be hugely missed by family and friends alike.
She was loved in the USA and honoured by ADAO in 2012. Recently she accepted the role of Ambassador for the Mick Knighton Mesothelioma Research Fund.
Debbie was due to commence another line of chemotherapy but she had been suffering from a chest infection which started earlier this year. Unable to take certain antibiotics the infection didn’t clear properly, leading to her having to be admitted to a hospice to help control the pain she was suffering due to both the growth and the infection.
I am sure many of you will be as shocked and upset at this news, but I am thankful I knew her and her courageous spirit at fighting mesothelioma and finding the time to be their for others was remarkable.
Debbie is someone I feel deeply priviledged and honoured to have known.
Chris Knighton MKMRF Founder
Jan Egerton MKMRF Ambassador
The Debbie Brewer Snowdrop Memorial Fund has been set up and approved by Debbie’s devoted family, Siobhan, Richard and Kieran, creating a lasting legacy to a very special lady and a much loved mum.
Messages of condolence can be sent to www.mkmrf.org
scroll down Snowdrop Funds to find Debbies page.
C/o British Lung Foundation
Sir G B Hunter Memorial Hospital