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Thanks for the Memories Luncheon
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Join us May 29 for Thanks for the Memories Luncheon 2014!

The annual Thanks for the Memories Luncheon honors West Virginians who show outstanding efforts in the fight against Alzheimer's. Join us as we honor Senator John D. Rockefeller, IV for his leadership and commitment in the fight against Alzheimer's and Rachel Torlone, the Sylvia Watkins Walk to End Alzheimer's Volunteer of the Year.

The funds raised at this event go to support the programs and services provided by the Alzheimer's Association, West Virginia Chapter.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Support the Alzheimer's Association, West Virginia Chapter by sponsoring the annual Thanks for the Memories Luncheon! Click here to download the Thanks for the Memories Sponsorship Agreement! For more information, contact or call  304.343.2717.

Purchase Tickets

Online ticket sales are closed, however, a limited number of tickets are available at the door today. For more information, please call 800.2472.3900.  

Former Rockefeller Award Winners

Named in honor of it's first recipient, Senator John D. Rockefeller, IV, past Rockefeller Award winners have included civic leaders, government leaders, physicians, caregivers and advocates with the disease.

Nancy Cipoletti
Jane Marks

Peggy Baller Everly
Senator Dan Foster

Gaylene Miller
Terry Tilley

Ann Koegler
Dr. Mark Newbrough

Eugene McPherson
Patty V. Tompkins

Kenneth & Brenda Haydon
Dr. Shirley M. Neitch

Tom & Carolyn Miller
The Honorable Don Perdue

Joyce Buckew
The Honorable Roman Prezioso

Dr. Robert M. D'Alessandri
Kathy Weaver

Rick & Sandra Ruggles
Ann Stottlemyer

Filba 'Fil' Frasher
Dr. Brenda Wamsley

Dr. Rick Briggs
Terry Cunningham

Senator John D. Rockefeller, IV


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