I have been blessed to be married to Charles for almost 37 years. He is the most humble, most honorable, loving, and faithful husband and father I know. In June of 2017, he had an angiosarcoma tumor removed from the back of his neck. No further treatment was prescribed. Then in the fall of 2018, he was diagnosed with radiation induced angiosarcoma of the scalp. He began chemotherapy, and in March of 2019 scans showed it had moved to his lungs. Although he is currently under the care of a wonderful angiosarcoma specialist, Dr. Vinod Ravi, at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, he receives his treatment in his hometown of Canton, GA. and returns to Houston every few months for scans and visits to Dr. Ravi. Charles loves the game of golf and played regularly until his chemo treatments took his stamina. We are hopeful that he will be able to return to the courses one day soon. Before his cancer, he made six mission trips to Kenya to partner with Life for Children Ministry in placing AIDS orphans back into their communities, as well as looking for ways to get the thousands of street boys back into their communities. We are very thankful for all the doctors, nurses, and healthcare providers who take excellent care of Charles and provide hope to not only him but to all individuals fighting the cancer beast.