On March 5th, 59-year-old Richard Batt was diagnosed with a Grade four Glioblastoma Multiform Brain Tumor (GBM), a highly aggressive form of brain cancer. Undergoing a craniotomy on March 18th to remove as much of the tumor as possible, Richard began chemotherapy and radiation in early April. Richard and wife Sherri have a son Josh and daughter in law Jocelyn Holmes Batt. Rich has been employed by Bradshaw Chevrolet for 42 years, most recently in the role of Service Director. The owner/operator of Batt-Mobile Audio/Video Productions. Over the past 30 years Rich has DJ’d thousands of high school and university dances, weddings, fundraisers, and civic events. He has created and produced countless videos for SUU and Success Academy. Rich is always one of the first to volunteer for community events. For many years as Exchange Club President he organized and. oversaw the 24th of July parade. He organized and DJ’d the American Cancer Society Relay for Life and has served in a variety of callings for his Church and in the Boy Scouts.
If Invasive Ductal Carcinoma Breast Cancer wasn’t enough, Teresa Williams has recently been diagnosed with cancer spreading to the lymph nodes. In late 2011, Teresa lost her husband, leaving her to raise their three daughters Chantel, Breanna and Hannah. In 2016 she adopted her niece Kennadee and two nephews Dylan and James. As dedicated mother to six, Teresa is a great supporter who can always be found in the bleachers enjoying all the family sports, hyping up the team and making sure everyone has water and staying cool. Teresa has always shared herself with her family, as a daughter, mother, and grandmother, her family comes first. As a selfless woman Teresa makes time for those in her car, daughters, sons and grandchildren, creating the best possible memories and ensuring they are well cared for. Help Teresa Williams with her medical expenses as she battles this cancer.