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It is not often that we get to meet and support people doing extraordinary work. Next Thursday we have an opportunity to hear from Dr. Burzynski and his groud breaking cancer therapy and research. This clinic is treating cancer with incredible success rates. Please come and show your support.
$65.00 a ticket which includes drinks and Hors d'oeuvres and the opportunity to make a real difference in our world!

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We always say "they" should do something about this or that. The truth is there is no "they", there is only US. We are the ones who make things happen. Next Thursday every single one of us has the opportunity to support something that has or will play a role in our lives at some point.
Hear the Burzynski clinic present their ground breaking Cancer treatment. This is the Cancer treatment that will replace traditional chemo-therapy. Be a part of real change.

You can purchase tickets at eventbrite.com ( http://www.eventbrite.com/event/3490661663/es2?srnk=19 ) via credit card; with cash or check made to cash at the door. Or, contact me, Noelle Arebalo.

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Fashion Show Fundraiser hosted by Jewel Restaurant in honor of Danielle Napadano and Francine Casey. Proceeds going to the Burzynski Clinic, tomorrows cancer treatment today. Admission donation $65 Partnership sponsor $250 (includes one admission) Corporate sponsor $500 (includes two admissions)...
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Hello friends, it is not everyday that we get an opportunity to support something groundbreaking in medicine, especially cancer treatment. Thursday May 31st Dr. Burzynski will be presenting to Long Island the incredible work that they are doing in Gene coded therapy. This is truly fantastic work that deserves our support. We never know when we might be in need of te miraculous work this clinic is doing.

This is a fundraiser for the Burznski Clinic in the memory of Danielle F...inamore Napodano & Francine Casey. Unfortunately the families of these two beautiful women did not learn about the Burzynski Clinic in time to save them. Let's help spread awareness so that someone elses life can be saved.

Please come and show your support. There will be a lecture, passed horsdouvres, drinks and a fashion show.
Tickets are $65.00. You can contact me, Noelle Arebalo to purchase them or to donate. Or, you can donate via Credit card at eventbrite.com. Thank you to those of you who take the time to read and distribute this!

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Please come out and support us for this special fundraiser in honor of our sisters, Danielle Napodano & Francine Casey.
This fundraiser is to support the Burzynski Clinic. For more than 35 years, the Burzynski Clinic and Burzynski
Research Institute have been in the forefront of cutting edge
targeting “Cancer Treatment”. Dr. Burzynski approaches
cancer with ground breaking non-surgical, non or low...
Toxic treatments. Their medical expertise is based on over
40 years of clinical experience and research in developing
cancer treatments. The Clinic provides personalized targeted therapy based on what stimulates each particular patient’s cancer.

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Happy Holiday's Everyone. I just wanted to remind you all that we will be meeting up at Mary Carolls in Babylon on Monday, December 26th to honor my late sister, Danielle Finamore Napodano. We will be there around 7pm. Bring your memories & share your stories about Danielle. Or, just come & spend a little time with old friends.

Happy holidays everyone. I Know that the holidays are a very busy time for everyone so I just wanted to let everyone know now:
The Napodano & Finamore family would like to invite everyone & anyone who has ever known, loved, been inspired by or cared for Danielle in any way to join us in remembering her.
We will be meeting up at Mary Caroll's in Babylon Village on Monday night, December 26th for a casual memorial in honor of Danielle Finamore Napodano.
Danielle & Joe always ch...ose Mary Carolls as a convenient location to meet up with all of their friends & family when they were in town from Arizona so, we thought it a fitting place.
Yes, Joe will be there. This will be very informal; just a night for all of Danielle's friends & family who couldn't get out to Arizona in September and a way for us Finamore's & Napodano's to thank you all.
Hope to see you there.
Reminders & updates will follow as we get close.
Thank you for your support.

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Dear friends and family,
Here are the arrangements for Danielle.

Surprise Funeral Care
16063 West Bell Rd....
Surprise, AZ 85374
623-546-8101

Viewing - Sunday - 4 - 8 pm
Monday - 10 -12 pm / 4 -8 pm
Tuesday - Mass @ 10:00 am - St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church - 13720 West Thomas Rd., Avondale, AZ 85392
- Burial immediately following Mass @ Holy Redeemer Cemetery - 23015 North Cave Creek Road, Phoenix, AZ 85024

I'm sure Danielle would appreciate beautiful flowers. Other options might be donations in Danielle's name to one of the following:

Arizona Childrens Association - www.arizonaschildren.org

American Brain Tumor Association - www.abta.org

Our Lady of Solitude Monastery - www.desertnuns.org

Thank you all for your support, prayers and love.

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Dear friends and family. My Amazing wife Danielle finished her journey on Earth last evening around 7:11 p.m. She went home to God in the most beautiful and dignified manner possible. We were all in the room with her, holding her, praying over her and letting her know how much she means to us and that it was OK to take God's hand and go. The Hospice chaplain, Dori, sang the most touching hymn in her ear as she slipped away. Danielle was fighting right to her last breath. Her ...passing was the single most beautiful and moving experience I will ever know. No pain, no struggle, no anxiety.....just peace and tranquility. She was rewarded with a peaceful passing for all she endured over the last 8 1/2 years and we were all given the gift of being there with her. My words can't even come close to describing the beauty. Danielle is now restored in heaven where she will dance and sing, run, jump and do all the things she loved to do again. She will live on in me, the boys and in all of us forever. Thank you all for your love, prayers and support throughout this journey. Please pray for Danielle's eternal peace and for our strength to live on and honor her and celebrate her life.
Rest in Peace My love!!! Always your Joey

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I would also likle to let everyone know, that Joe will be posting Danielle's newest update soon. Stay tuned.

Hi Everyone. I was thinking that it would be nice if evreyone shared a memory & or a photo of themselves with Danielle Finamore Napodano on the Go Danielle Go Fundraiser page. If you have a picture of yourself with Danielle, please post it, tag it & let us know where & when it took place.
Thanks everyone!

We're all wearing our Danielle T-shirts. We care about Danielle!

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Today we added the "Go Danielle Go" fundraiser banner. Danielle loves it. It's her new most favorite thing to look at.

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Notes for Danielle.

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Danielle's hospital wall filled w/ pictures & notes. Some are from the fundraiser.

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Danielle: July 31, 2011 11:30 a.m.

As a kid one word was synonymous with fun: cousins! Those summers are dear to me. When hours felt like days, days felt like weeks, and the summers were endless. It was probably for only a week that my cousins from New York would come to visit me. But that short time has made a lasting impression on me. It made m...y summers literally some of the best times of my life.

My cousins sang me songs. “Somewhere over the Rainbow”, harmonized perfectly; it was beautiful to my seven-year-old ears. We played dolls. We danced. We put on productions: SCREEEEEEECH TV! And made our parents watch. They taught me jokes. They taught me riddles. They taught me what the word hooker meant. We swam. We played games. Our favorite was hide and go seek in the dark. But that came to an end when Danielle cracked her forehead open in the Wason’s basement and we were banned from ever playing again. We ate sweets. They teased me for using “wicked” as an adverb. We walked to the playground. Daily! I remember the time my father threw out Danielle’s bug collection. She slammed the door and sobbed in the bathroom; I felt so bad and tried to console her to no avail. Our parents took us sight-seeing: Sturbridge Village, Plymouth Plantation, Salem, the Boston Aquarium. Not only were my cousins a blast to hang out with, but I looked up to them. Especially Danielle and Noelle. They were beautiful, talented, creative, fun. Danielle and Noelle were my subconscious role models. I wasn’t aware of it at the time, but they embodied everything I wanted to be when I became a teenager. All of us may have grown apart over the years, but the summers nonetheless taught me that cousins are friends you’re born with. Those summers are so memorable because they were so much fun!

Danielle wrote it best herself in a card she gave me on my twentieth birthday:

20 years! I can’t believe it. Don’t be in a rush to grow up girl! Slow down as much as you can as a matter of fact. Remember sliding down a waterfall of stairs on a raft made from a crib cushion! Remember playing tag in a pitch-black basement; and you’ll always remember to have fun! Have a great time partying! Love, Danielle

This card meant so much to me, and I never even thanked her for it. I’ve always kept it though, and I always will.

This is not the only piece of Danielle’s writing that has influenced me though. As a child I remember Danielle with her journal, writing poetry. As my older cousin, someone I looked up to, I think Danielle instilled in me, in some subliminal way, that writing and poetry are cool. Now I am an English teacher. Perhaps I owe part of that ambition to Danielle.

I remember myself in fifth grade. Our class was doing a project called “Poetry Pause” where at any point during our assigned day we had to: pause the class, stand up, and recite a poem. We could choose anything we wanted and would be graded on our public speaking skills. I wanted to pick a poem that I liked, but also one that I could remember without reading off a paper or from book. Something memorized by heart.

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