A wonderful piece that was published in the April 2015 edition of the Atlantic Flyer regarding the Angel Snowfest Fundraising Event and those who founded in memory of loved ones who Angel Flight NE assisted.

What would you do if you or a loved one was diagnosed with a life-threatening illness that required traveling hundreds or even thousands of miles away for medical treatment?  If you’re like most, the first question you would ask is “How will I get there?”

This is the exact question the Derosier family of St. Agatha, Maine faced when both parents were diagnosed with cancer and the only treatment was located in Boston, MA. Their mother, Carol, required care at Beth Israel while their father, Richard, required care at Brigham & Woman’s.  Travel in a car even in the best of weather could take from 8 to 9 hours one way and not to mention the expense of overnight accommodations. Not only was the Derosier family dealing with heartbreaking diagnoses but now the logistics of travel was just as a big concern.

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