Supporting Robb Gibson, News (Brock Minor Hockey Association)

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Sep 10, 2020 | Bogrady | 749 views
Supporting Robb Gibson
Robb Gibson is well known around Brock Minor Hockey and in one way or another has been a part of it for many years.  Please read the following and let's spread the word: 

Hello! My name is Allison Gibson. I am Robb Gibson's daughter. I am not sure if you have heard, but recently, Robb was diagnosed with ALS. Since being diagnosed, Robb can no longer work, he has a hard time eating due to lack of muscle strength in his mouth. Weakness in his arms and legs. Anyone who knows Robb, knows that him not being able to work, would change his world completely. Due to this devastating diagnosis, this has affected him and mom financially. Together we are trying to not only raise some extra cash to help with their added expenses, but to also bring awareness of ALS.

I myself, have started a Scentsy fundraiser.
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If you are interested in that, please click the link below. It will take you directly to ordering page. Im here for help if needed!

Another one of Robb's good friends, Ian Graham, has also gone above and beyond to set up a GoFundMe page in honour of him. If you would like to donate to a great man and a great cause, please follow the link below.

Please remember to share with everyone, and that every little bit helps! Robb has been an amazing father, husband, papa and friend to every person that has crossed his path! Lets come together as one and show him how much he is loved and has your support during these uncertain and challenging times!❤️ we can not thank you all enough and our family has a special spot in our hearts for each and every single one of you!
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