For Seymour resident Terri Brown, Relay for Life is more than a fundraiser.
When Brown’s 14-month-old granddaughter was diagnosed with brain cancer, her family became involved, creating the team Bayon’s Believers in her granddaughter’s name.
Brown’s co-workers at Schneck Medical Center teamed with the family, adding to the corps of volunteers that make up Bayon’s Believers.
Just 2 years old, Bayon passed away a year after her diagnosis. Brown said she was just too young to fight the aggressive tumors.
“It was four years ago March 3 that she died,” Brown said.
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