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. […]
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 […]
On August 19, Braden’s teammates will join him to raise awareness about Alzheimer’s disease at Everett’s Memorial Stadium. “It’s not about me,” said Braden. “It’s not about who knows my name or what I’m doing. It’s about raising awareness, raising funds, so we can find a cure.” The AquaSox and their opponents, the Spokane Indians, will write 4MOM on their athletic tape, shoes, hats and other gear to raise awareness and support for the Alzheimer’s Association.