A legacy to remember, a legacy for the future

Grégoire Rochon recently decided to make a bequest to the Foundation. He explains what led him to this choice.

Unfortunately, we all know someone who died of cancer. When it happens to a loved one, we face a terrible feeling of emptiness. Such was the case for me when I lost Lise, my friend, victim of acute leukemia, who was treated and cared for at Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital.

Honouring her Memory

After she passed away, I wanted her to be remembered. To do something for her. I just didn’t know how. And then I came up with the idea of a bequest to the Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital Foundation.

A gesture for the future

For me, it was a way of honouring Lise’s memory, of thanking the Hospital and its teams who have always been there for her. It was also a way to encourage the discoveries and novel treatments that the Foundation funds. Research that saves lives every day and, who knows, eventually that of a friend or family member tomorrow.

Together, let’s fight cancer! Together, let’s be a source of healing.

Grégoire Rochon

For more information, contact Ludmila Rozmiret in total confidentiality at 514 966-0137 or by e-mail at lrozmiret@fondationhmr.ca.

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