Paul Harrison Shared

Went to the Debbie Turner’s Cancer Care Center today to meet with Debbie and her staff, what amazing people they are! I can’t say enough about how much they do for people like myself and others fighting this horrible disease. It really opened my eyes and gave me Faith in people again. If your ever in the area of Apopka stop in and please Donate to these people, they are the real deal and it’s Amazing that they help so many families.

I am very Humbled today because of my experience and starting to have faith again, love you Debbie, thanks for everything you do.❤

Hi, Debbie! You do not know me

Hi, Debbie! You do not know me, however I feel like I know you & your husband, Tom. I was just going to continue praying for you guys in secret however right now I feel like scouting from the roof tops….thank you God for once again being there with Tom & bringing him through this latest set back with his cancer. Anyone who is a Christian knows if you don’t know the person or persons you are praying for it’s O.K. because God knows who they are & that’s all that really matters. I have been a member of the Apopka “Rants & Raves” sight for a while now. That’s where I originally learned about your cancer center in Apopka. I love that sight, it is so informative. Anyway, it may seem like I’m rambling but hopefully you will know at the end that I am not some fruitcake. For some reason, I felt a strong attachment to you & Tom as I started hearing about his journey with cancer. I have followed every post since last year when he went in the hospital. I loved how you kept us all so well informed & I wondered how in the world you were able to be with him, be his messenger, run your own business, etc. You are quite an “Angel” yourself, you have done what every wife would do if it were her own husband or loved one. We just do what we have to do & rest & cry later. I was devastated when I recently saw him, much lighter in weight & frail than the pictures I’d seen before & getting ready to return to the hospital. Please tell him, thank you for allowing me to be a part of this journey. I would love to meet both of you when he feels better & I know he will because our God is an awesome God… Thanks Linda Hall

Lori N Scott Stevens recommends Debbie Turner’s Cancer Care and Resource Center

I mean where do I start?! This woman (& her Husband) know first hand what it’s like to scramble on all aspects of resources, treatment, support and everything else that goes along with being struck by this horrible disease. With that being said they have devoted their hearts & souls into helping others down these dark paths proving that they are not alone and that there is help along the way!!!! Debbie & Tom are more than AWESOME ❤️ and the DTCCR proves it 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

Proud to Celebrate 10 Years of Service

The Debbie Turner Cancer Care and Resources center is proud to celebrate 10 years in business today We have served over 6000 families have 226 families per week and 126 kids use the center I can not tell you how much I love my board of directors sponsor volunteers and this community who has helped make this all work please continue to sponsor us so that we can continue to provide FREE SERVICE FOR CANCER FAMILIES. THESE PICTURES ARE WHY WE NEED YOUR HELP.

Back by Popular Demand!

Back by popular demand! The Apopka Fire Department will sell a special version of its already popular breast cancer awareness T-shirt to help raise funds for the Debbie Turner Cancer Care and Resource Center.

The pink T-shirts will have front artwork mixing the fire department’s logo with the traditional pink ribbon for breast cancer awareness. The back artwork will show your support for the fire department and Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October.

Sizes available are adult small-XXXL and youth medium and large. The cost is $20 for adult shirts and $15 for youth sizes, shirts are officially on sale now and can be purchased at the Apopka Fire Department administration office located next to city hall at 175 E. 5th Street (use the Forest Ave. admin entrance) Monday-Friday 8am-5pm.

Firefighters will wear the pink T-shirts throughout the month of October and is common among fire departments to show support for breast cancer awareness…