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  • Glen and family 2003
    By the summer of 2003 the effects of ALS were obvious, but Glen was still able to enjoy time with his wife Wanda and their three children, daughter-in-law, son-in-law, and granddaughter.
  • Team Glen 2010
  • Team Glen 2009

Amount Raised: $3,460.05 [ 100% of goal ]
Fundraising Goal: $2,000.00
Event Date: May 28, 2011 10:00 AM
Location: Prince Albert Walk
My Team Message
Team Glen will be participating in the 2011 Walk For ALS in memory of Glen Loseth, who lost his battle with ALS in 2004. Glen was a devoted family man who fought this cruel disease with dignity.


"Most people with ALS lose the use of their legs in the first two years of the disease. What would you do, while you still could?"

Please help me raise money to find a cure for this devastating disease and support those living with ALS and their families in our community. Click on the ‘Sponsor Me’ button to donate now. THANK YOU.

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, ALS, is also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, after the famous American baseball player who died of ALS in 1941. ALS is a progressive and ultimately fatal neuromuscular disease, which has no known cause, cure or drug therapy of consequence. Individuals who are diagnosed with ALS do not typically survive beyond 3-5 years. This devastating disease slowly robs the individual of the ability to walk, talk, and ultimately, to breathe.

ALS Facts:

* Two to three Canadians a day die of ALS

* Approximately 3,000 Canadians currently live with ALS

* In at least 90% of cases, ALS strikes individuals with no family history of the disease

* Between 5-10% have a familial form of ALS, so 2 or more of their family members have it.

* ALS can strike anyone, regardless of age, sex or ethnic origin

* The usual age of onset is between 55 and 65, but some have been younger than 20

* Nearly 90% of people with ALS died within 5 years of diagnosis. While some live longer, others die within a few short months

* ALS affects the whole family

* ALS is a costly disease - emotionally, physically, and financially.

For more information on ALS, please visit www.als.ca. or to register for the walk, please go to www.walkforals.ca.
Goal: $2,000
Raised: $3,460
Sponsors: 103
173% of goal achieved

Team Donors

MacPherson Engineering 

Amanda Loseth 

Cynthia Mamer 

Michael McLaughlan 


















John Thompson 



sonja rinholm 

les stobbs 

Gina Leviste 


Jody Schweigert 

Ehren & Karen Hermanson 


Nicola Gill 





Mark Doyle 

Nadine Penney 

Val Nicholson 

Donna Lundquist 

Shane Vermette 

Matthew Burtney 

Andrea Atkinson 

Linea Lanoie 

Loretta Spink 

Virginia Kutzan 

Mary Jane Graham 

Lorris and Ruth Myhr 

Gordon and Holly Cochrane 

Kathy Arnestad 

Edwin and Marilyn Rundbraaten 

Jewel Cochrane 

Wade Cochrane 

Gail Berge 

Candice Sinitoski 

Marsha Bompais 

Marilyn Barth 

Gary Berge 

Jarle and Judy Olson 

Krystal Harper 

Kim Berge 


Danny and Mandy Bronson 

Sean and Miriam Berge 

Carol Miller 

kim berge 



shirley graupe 

ramona swenson 

danny birkland 

randy berge 

sharon stobbs 

nicole dudding 

madeleine quaale 

carol pryznyk 

richard quaale 

iris arksey 

gary silde 

arlene opseth 

marie cochrane 

reg quaale 

lorraine bray 

quayle agencies inc 

marlene reid 

nancy gaetz 

sam jones 

jay stark 

eunice evans 

laverne mcmahon 

june lepp 

stewart yvette 

maureen stobbs 

launa dunn 

stan oleksinski 

ernie skaar 

tom erikson 

diane doering 

doug stewart 

michelle dahlin 

leanne baily 

stella rinholm 

harry bastness 


Team Members

Verified Amount Raised
NameVerified Amount Raised
Sandra Berge$0.00
Carmen, Jared, Dylann & Kade Larson$235.00
Shirley Berge$248.00
Phil Loseth$70.00
Joel Loseth$100.00
Team Glen$50.00
Aurora Loseth$0.00
Darlene Cochrane$0.00
Marvin Loseth$0.00
Sarah Loseth$0.00
wanda friesen$0.00



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