Remembering Ray

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Remembering Ray

Woman hikes to highlight work of center


Samantha Brow places a pack on her dog, Chloe, on Thursday at her home west of Durango. Brow and Chloe are scheduled to cover 343 miles of the Colorado Trail from Denver to Creede this summer to raise money and awareness for the Colorado Neurological Institute Center for Brain and Spinal Tumors. Brow’s late husband, Ray, was treated at the center for 30 months.

Remembering Ray


Samantha Brow places a pack on her dog, Chloe, on Thursday at her home west of Durango. Brow and Chloe are scheduled to cover 343 miles of the Colorado Trail from Denver to Creede this summer to raise money and awareness for the Colorado Neurological Institute Center for Brain and Spinal Tumors. Brow’s late husband, Ray, was treated at the center for 30 months.

To help


Durango resident Samantha Brow plans a Colorado Trail trek of 343 miles this summer to honor people who are battling or have died of brain or spinal tumors and to raise funds for the nonprofit Colorado Neurological Institute Center for Brain and Spinal Tumors.


Donations may be sent to the CNI Center for Brain and Spinal Tumors, 701 E. Hampden Ave., Suite 330, Englewood, CO 80113. Write "Sam’s Walk" on the memo line of the check. If the donation is in memory of someone, include the name.

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