From Simon, Friends and Family..

In September 2016 Jeana, my Mum and a colleague of our business was diagnosed with the violent disease Glioblastoma. This is an incurable form of brain tumour with little to no research and development, Mum couldn’t just have one, she had two tumours that were grade 4 our lives were shattered over night.

With too many hospital trips and heart break Mum fought and fought the disease, if anyone had the pleasure of knowing her would agree she was a fighter and a strong woman. We saw the disease quickly take control of her and sadly she passed away February 2017 in St Barnabas Hospice in Grantham Hospital.

Mum was an inspiration to all of us not just at HIT Energy Services but with all our suppliers and clients, she was a great character, full of life and always placed a smile on the faces of everyone that met her.

Mum also helped us organise many charity events for Grantham organisations including St Wulframs’s spire, Childrens Ward in Grantham Hospital. Now us as a family and company thought we would take her lead and raise funds for the research in to Glioblastoma and also St Barnabas Hospice where she spent her last days.

Our family, friends along with our team and clients at HIT Energy Services are looking to organise a cycle event around Norfolk where Mum and my sister cycled around before the illness started to take over.

This sees around 190 miles around some of the greatest sites in Lincolnshire and Norfolk, for more information to ride with us please contact.

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/glioride 

Route to follow and please help support us raising as much as possible.

We didn’t manage Christmas Day with Mum, maybe with more research someone’s Mum can. xxx