Photo Essay: Team #4MOM joins Walk to End Alzheimer’s
By Katie Lamar
Everett AquaSox outfielder Braden Bishop began the #4MOM movement in honor of his mother Suzy, who was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease at 54. Braden has made it his mission to help bring attention to the disease, and with the help of friends, family and teammates led Team #4MOM at the Everett Walk to End Alzheimer’s.
AquaSox outfielder Braden Bishop and his Team #4MOM raising funds and awareness at the Everett Walk to End Alzheimer’s.
Braden is a Grand Champion, having personally raised over $1,000 for Alzheimer’s care, research and support.
Bishop and Team #4MOM having fun and posing for the camera.
Bishop and his #4MOM teammates begin the Walk to End Alzheimer’s.
Bishop and #4MOM teammates along the route on the Everett Walk to End Alzheimer’s.
Walking by the Puget Sound as the #4MOM team nears the finish line.
eam #4MOM crosses the finish line at the Everett Walk to End Alzheimer’s.
You can support Team #4MOM and other Walk to End Alzheimer’s teams. Visit alz.org/walk today to learn more.