hey guys - if you know Scott Bradley, you know he's a great guy and one heck of an instructor - here's a sad email, i'm passing along . . .
As a member of our family of drivers at PCA/PNWR events I wanted to share a bit of news regarding one of our instructors, Scott Bradley and his family. Many of you have probably had the opportunity to have Scott in the passenger seat, guiding you safely around Pacific Raceway. The rest of you are just waiting for the chance to benefit from his years of experience. He’s really a terrific instructor and a really great guy. Right now, he needs help from all of us.
I just got off of the phone with Scott Bradley's wife Carol.*They are currently in Houston with their daughter Kathryn who is 20 years old and has been fighting brain cancer for some time. The doctors were cautiously optimistic after her last surgery but the cancer has returned and is back in four different locations.*The doctors have now given her 3-6 months to live.**They have taken her to Houston to do a procedure that involves gene therapy to battle this new cancer threat.* It is expensive and will not be totally covered by insurance.
I mention this only to inform our track family – with permission from the Bradley family – that they could really use our help right now. We all love Scott very much, he has touched each and every one of us with his positive attitude and his many contributions at the track. Can you help Scott and his daughter with a small contribution in return?
There are currently three ways to help Scott's family right now.*
1) Pray to your God to lighten the burden and trial from the Bradley family
2) If you have any available funds, please send some money to the
Carol Bradley Family Fund at Umpqua Bank. Alternately, you can also send a check to:
6711 71st St. Ct. W.
3) Email Scott and let him know that you are thinking of him.* He needs moral support more now than ever before.* firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for taking the time to hear about one of our own and their very personal trials. Any way you can help will be deeply appreciated.