Foundation Honorees

Rebecca Marcantel

Dr. David Marcantel’s beloved mother, Rebecca Marcantel.

Rebecca Bragg Marcantel was a mother of 6, married nearly 50 years. She was a gifted interior designer & artist. She had a love of art, music and home. All who knew her were drawn to her energy and wisdom. Her Catholic faith, her husband Dulvas, her 6 children and 17 grandchildren were her true loves in life!

“God has given us eternal life, and this is in His son.”  John 5:11

Bridget Mahoney Jenkins

Meet Bridget Marley (Mahoney) Jenkins who is a Superhero 5K Honoree. Bridget was a 48-year-old wife and mother of two, an active community participant, and a beloved friend to many. She died peacefully on December 30, 2014, at her home in North Hampton, N.H., surrounded by her loving family after a 15-month battle with ovarian cancer.

Bridget was born on January 20, 1966, in Cambridge, N.Y. She grew up in Hooksett, N.H., and attended Hooksett public schools. She entered St. Paul’s School as a freshman in the fall of 1980. She excelled as an athlete, captaining the field hockey, basketball, and lacrosse teams. Bridget went on to Dartmouth College, where she captained the women’s lacrosse team, earning MVP honors as a senior.

“Bridgey was always thinking about other people, picking out cards throughout the year or shopping for them when something reminded her of them,” said John Jenkins. “She was very thought full and she loved and cared for everyone.”

Michelle Owens

Michelle Owens, the beloved sister to our very own, Julie Owens VanDyke, is one of our race honoree’s. Michelle was a beautiful, kind, loving woman, with the ever-infectious SMILE

Michelle may have lost her battle with cancer, but her spirit is still very much alive within those of us who were fortunate enough to have known her.

Make the world a better place by showing YOUR “Smiles for Michelle”.

Meet “Jedi Noah” Larkin

Born to this Earth, Sept 19, 2003 • Born to Eternal Life, May 29, 2012

From the day he was born, Noah had always been described as a light. An old soul, he was always “smiley,” he was always kind. He was the thinker. Noah was invited to all of the boys’ birthday parties as well as the girls’. Everyone who crossed his path knew that he was special and different. He led by example, even at his young age.

Andrew Rypien

Andrew Rypien should have turned 24 this year and been playing with his nephew Mekhi and hanging out on the lake with his sister Angela and cheering for his niece Malayah at her volleyball game! He should be attending his sister Amber’s wedding in February. Sadly, he was robbed of his life and they were robbed of having their brother& uncle here with them.

Andrew died of pediatric brain cancer at age 3 in 1998! He is survived by his mother Annette, father Mark & sisters Ambre & Angela as well as countless family & friends that miss him every day!

TJ Reilly

TJ was a 10 years old when he was diagnosed with Gliomatosis Cerebri, a rare & untreatable form of brain cancer. Despite this he lived life to the fullest.

So many in his community & beyond reached out to help TJ’s family to help them have fun, create memories, & keep the family going.

It is in TJ’s memory & honor that Over the Moon reaches out to other warrior families to help them do & have the same! The “Over The Moon” Foundation was created after TJ’s favorite saying of “I LOVE you to the moon and back!” He said this as long as his mother Krissy can remember.

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