Fall 2021

Game On Cancer 2020

Belinda Sue Fund 2020

Belinda Sue Nantais, or Bindy as she was known to us all, fought valiantly for just over four years against Ovarian Cancer.  She was diagnosed in July 2007 in Stage IIIc of the disease which eventually metastasized to her lung.  After a long hard battle, she died on August 22, 2011 at age 52. 


Bindy had a precious love for children and after earning a Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education and a minor in Psychology from Oakland University she pursued a career in pre-kinder and elementary education. She enjoyed lake activities including waterskiing, pontoon boat rides, and just being in the sun. She also loved taking cruises with her husband and children and enjoyed summers up North at the family's cottage. Bindy cherished time with her family and listening and playing music, especially around the Christmas holiday. Above all, she lived her life to the fullest and had a deep, abiding faith. 


One of the quotes which would best describe how Bindy lived is this:  

"Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away." 


While we will miss hearing Bindy's heartfelt laugh and seeing her beautiful smile, her spirit will be ever present in our hearts.  And it is because of her powerful spirit and her love for life, that this charity was created.  Her greatest desire was that at least one life be saved through promoting awareness of this dreaded disease, which is the deadliest of the gynecologic cancers, and developing better screening tools in order to detect Ovarian Cancer in its early stages.  It is her family and friends’ desire to fulfill Bindy’s wishes and save as many lives as possible. 


In honor of Bindy's love of life and generous spirit: Please consider making a gift today. Your support will allow us to continue to create awareness for ovarian cancer and to advancing research in the identification of an effective screening tool. 100% of every dollar we raise supports this mission.


Thank you- 

The Nantais Family




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