There's a fundraiser planned for Brett McPherson of Livermore. He's a hero to so many as a paramedic for twenty years in both McLean County and in Owensboro. He is battling colon cancer for the second time, and now he needs us.

McPherson Family

The McLean County community is rallying around Brett McPherson. When his colon cancer returned for a second time the family was devastated. But, Brett was ready to take it head-on with the same bravery he shows as a paramedic.

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There have been many fundraisers set up to help offset medical expenses and to support the family. Next up is a community softball tournament. You can cheer on Brett and help raise money for the family!

Benefit Softball Tournament for Brett McPherson

Coming up on Saturday, August 21st, 2021 there is going to be a Benefit Softball Tournament for Brett McPherson at Buck Creek Church in Calhoun. Everyone is invited for a fun day of friendly competition. Not only the softball tournament, but a silent auction, food, and vendor booths will be on hand. All proceeds from the days' events will be donated to Brett McPherson and his family.

They are looking for donations for the silent auction if you have anything that you're willing to give. They will pick up the items. Contact Dawn Webb at 270-499-3753.

Brett McPherson is Battling Colon Cancer

Brett McPherson of Livermore has been a hero to many as a paramedic for twenty years in both McLean County and in Owensboro. He is battling colon cancer for the second time. He's a devoted husband, an awesome dad, a wonderful son, a teacher, a mentor, and is always willing to help out anyone in any way he can. 

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