Survivors Parade

Kentucky Oaks 140 Survivors Parade

For the sixth year, the Survivors Parade presented by Kroger will take place on Kentucky Oaks Day, Friday, May 2nd, 2014! The Survivors Parade is a march of breast and ovarian cancer survivors, which takes place on Churchill Downs’ historic racetrack. This year, 140 breast and ovarian cancer survivors will participate in the parade directly prior to the 140th running of the Longines Kentucky Oaks race.

A special thanks to the Kentucky Oaks fans that nominated and selected our Survivors Parade participants. A record 433 survivors were nominated this year; raising awareness for breast and ovarian cancer in the Kentuckiana community and well beyond. Thank you for nominating and sharing your survivor’s story, for voting your favorite and most inspirational story, and for donating to Bright Pink on behalf of your favorite nominee. Your participation and your donations will help to educate, support and empower young women nationwide in prevention of breast and ovarian cancer. You can still donate to Bright Pink, now!

This year's Survivor Parade participants are,

  1. Terri Holt
  2. Katie McAlinden
  3. Nita Kelly
  4. Kelcey Buntain
  5. Donna Albers
  6. Jill Brzezinski-Conley
  7. Carolyn Hornback
  8. Robyn Morris
  9. Angie Cain
  10. Kim Becking
  11. Rebecca Snider
  12. Carol Robinson
  13. Shannon McMahan
  14. Pam Moyer
  15. Tish Muldoon
  16. Katy Hannah
  17. Dianne Brinkman
  18. Geraldine Pascute
  19. Andrea O'halloran
  20. kathy hardy
  21. Allison Hirsch
  22. Susan Corwin
  23. Kristen Dellaporta
  24. Barbara ONeal
  25. Melissa Lipps
  26. Carie Capossela
  27. Anne Eberhardt-Keogh
  28. Adriana McCubbin
  29. Caroline Johnson
  30. Noelle Frazee
  31. Angela Dyer
  32. Beverly McCombs
  33. Rose Hamilton
  34. Linda Tanner
  35. Trina Amos
  36. Pam Cook
  37. Josephine DeLamarter
  38. Stacy Huddleston
  39. Daivie Kay
  40. Genea Arrasmith
  41. Vonda Hastings
  42. Dyan Henley
  43. Kathy Kingsbury
  44. Stacey Henry
  45. Patsy Dawson
  46. Joanna Smith
  47. Patricia Marino
  48. Jill Tanner
  49. Mary-John Gugler
  50. Maetta Broadus
  51. Beth Vernon
  52. Dana Roberson
  53. Jo Ellen Busch
  54. Tammy Schroder
  55. Tammy Goodman
  56. Susanna Sugrue
  57. Dana McGill
  58. Amanda Geiser
  59. Phyllis Reed-Johnson
  60. Kelli Eviston
  61. Ellen Nord
  62. Eva Robinson
  63. Valerie Helm
  64. Tina Kremer
  65. Wendy Himes
  66. Patsy Durbin
  67. Jeana Fleitz
  68. Stacy Brancato
  69. Joni Pass
  70. Holly Davis
  71. Wilma Fugate
  72. Lois Collins
  73. Jennifer Allgeier
  74. Dorothy Mills
  75. Audrey McGraw
  76. Jackie Fey
  77. Darla Frazier
  78. Pixy Jones
  79. Jaclyn Goodman
  80. Angie Doan
  81. Stephanie Getz
  82. Georgianna Dotson
  83. Mary Bland
  84. Eleanor Savko
  85. Elizabeth Tewsley
  86. Janell Rufra
  87. Alyssa Paro
  88. Marcia Andrews
  89. Angela Cambouris
  90. Jenny Spalding
  91. karen terwiske
  92. Tammy Hager Godman
  93. Joy Schroeder
  94. Jennifer Alderman
  95. Virginia JuneBug Head
  96. Alexis Chappell
  97. Laranda Thompson
  98. Deana Padgett
  99. Darla Watts
  100. Kelly Ginn
  101. Lester (Brad) Beltz
  102. Marian Sacksteder
  103. Tammy Sharp
  104. Dana Stucker
  105. claudia green
  106. Mary Doris McCubbins
  107. Karen Bird
  108. linda foushee
  109. Patty Popp
  110. Kathy Moore
  111. Ann Pullen
  112. Jaime Storer
  113. Ruth Ward
  114. Dee Vance
  115. Amy Keller
  116. Amy Kaiser
  117. sherry robinson
  118. Elaine Loney
  119. Martha Mattingly
  120. Mary Tapolsky
  121. Christy McDonald
  122. Tammy Shields
  123. Tiffany Miller-Kennedy
  124. Susan Higdon
  125. Pat Beasley
  126. Leah Dowdy
  127. Sharon Mukes
  128. Mary Etta Mattingly
  129. Shannon Eichenberger
  130. Ann Edwards
  131. Lindsay Ruland
  132. Bev Morrison
  133. Cheryl Hobson
  134. Kim Carden
  135. Stephanie Cooper
  136. Theresa Dyar
  137. Carolyn Fish
  138. Mary Richie
  139. Cindy Hornback
  140. Youlanda Coleman

Survivors will receive,

  • Two (2) free reserved seats to the Kentucky Oaks courtesy of Churchill Downs
  • The opportunity to walk the historic Churchill Downs racetrack with fellow survivors, just before the 140th running of the Kentucky Oaks
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