AquaSox’s Braden Bishop Prepares for Walk to End Alzheimer’s
Everett AquaSox outfielder, and former University of Washington baseball player Braden Bishop dedicates every game to battling early-onset Alzheimer’s disease, a disease that afflicts his mom Suzy. Suzy was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease at just 54 years old, and Braden has made it his mission to help bring attention to the disease, and to help both those suffering from the disease as well as their friends and families know that they are not alone.
Braden Bishop prepares for a game at the AquaSox Stadium in Everett. He hit his first professional home run on Alzheimer’s Awareness night in honor of his mom who has early onset Alzheimer’s. Tweet That.
AquaSox players talk before playing at the stadium in Everett. The players wrote #4MOM on their equipment and arms in honor of Braden Bishop’s mom who has early onset Alzheimer’s.
Centerfielder Braden Bishop catches a fly ball. Bishop began the #4MOM movement to raise awareness about Alzheimer’s disease in honor of his mom.
Josey and Eric Holscher cheer after Braden Bishop hit his first professional home run during Alzheimer’s Awareness night at the AquaSox Stadium. “We came to support him,” said Eric. “We met for the first time tonight and joined his 4MOM Walk team.”
The Holscher family pose with AquaSox’s Braden Bishop during Alzheimer’s Awareness night at the AquaSox Stadium. The Holschers joined Braden’s #4MOM Walk to End Alzheimer’s team walking in Everett on October 3, 2015. “I lost my mom in 2012,” said Eric. “She was only 52-years-old. I also played centerfield. We’re here to support Braden and raise awareness.” Tweet That
Sign up to Braden Bishop’s #4MOM Walk to End Alzheimer’s team here or read more of Braden’s story in the Seattle Times.