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Our Southeastern Wisconsin Champions are Making a Difference


       Tom Barrett 

Bonnie Blair
Franklyn Gimbel

Linda Jackson Cocroft
Maria Monreal - Cameron
                  Thelma Sias

Special Thanks to these amazing leaders - our Champions - for sharing their community presence, talents, time and connections to
educate and bring heightened awareness of Alzheimer's disease to the public.

Join our Champions - Embrace the Mission

  Act now to end Alzheimer's. Get involved.
 Voice your support. Become an advocate, spread the word about the disease and tell your personal story.
  Move the Alzheimer's Association's mission forward. Donate to the Alzheimer's Association or become a volunteer.
  Open your mind. Learn the facts about Alzheimer's and help educate others.

Learn more about our Champions and why they are involved.  Click their name below their photo to visit their individual homepages.

See all the wonderful national personalities who are bringing greater awareness to Alzheimer's disease through their roles as Celebrity Champions.









Join or start a team today.

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