In an instant–36 year old Tom’s world life changed.
“I was out cycling, and I remember noticing three big lumps under my left arm,” Tom explains.
“I had a biopsy and a scan, to check what was causing the lumps.”
I OWE my love of cycling to Dad.
And I’ll be joining Mater’s Cycle for Cancer from 6-12 September to honour his memory.
Adam Smiddy never had an enemy in the world.
His disarming smile, one that rarely left his face even amidst the gravest of circumstances, gave his family and friends a window into the soul of a gentle, kind-hearted and unassuming boy from Home Hill.
In 2006, Adam passed away from an aggressive melanoma. He was just 26 years old, a talented triathlete and respected physiotherapist with the world at his feet.