First diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 1982, Deb proves to be a strong fighter, who gives it all to her family and her community.

Meet the Culbertson Family… a Jamie’s Hope Angel Tree Family:

After a two-year battle and removing most of her ovaries, she was told she was “cancer-free.” Then, a week after adopting a newborn daughter, she was told she only had one month to live. With this horrifying diagnosis, her husband, Mike flew her to Houston’s MD Anderson from Oak Harbour, WA, where she received another diagnosis of being “cancer-free.”

During her long bout with ovarian cancer, she created a program called Fast Trax for Windfern HS in Houston, TX. She has helped hundreds of students graduate and even more so she inspired the, to make life changes for so many people. She also received a PHD in under 4 years and has started working for Texas A&M CC. She works tirelessly to provide for her family and help others.

She had month visits to MD Anderson for years stacking up 10 grand each visit. She lives in continuous pain daily, while remaining one of the kindest, most humble person. She is battling with an incurable cancer that has now spread to her blood.

The Culbertson family consists of Debbie (57), Mike (husband) and granddaughter (8).

Join us Thursday, Dec. 4th from 6-9pm as we raise funds to help struggling Houston area families who are battling cancer. Event details and donation options here: