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February 11, 2018
Skate for Alex
Human Interest, CURE News

 

Alex Askenazy, a sophomore at Union College, passed away on October 8, 2017 due to complications from epilepsy. He was a biochemistry major who served as goalie on the school's club hockey team and president of the fencing club.

Alex’s fraternity organized Skate for Alex, a fundraiser held February 11 at the school’s skating rink, to honor his memory.

Learn more about Skate for Alex through local news coverage:

 

Alex's friends and family are continuing to fundraise to support our shared mission to find a cure for epilepsy. Please help them honor Alex's memory with a contribution to CURE. Your tax-deductible gift will fund critical epilepsy research and make a difference in the lives of the 3 million Americans and 65 million people worldwide touched by epilepsy.

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