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Feb 4

Jonny Imerman

Our mission here at Imerman Angels is to provide PERSONALIZED connections that enable one-on-one support among cancer fighters, survivors and caregivers.  Jonny Imerman truly touched many people with his survival story. It captured our hearts and enabled us to do the same to many others around the world.

What we do here at Imerman Angels is uniquely match cancer fighters, survivors and caregivers to anyone seeking cancer support. We like to call them “Mentor Angels” who are walking, talking, living proof, and inspiration that cancer can be beaten—just like Jonny Imerman himself.

Jim Higley

Jim Higley, also known as: Bobblehead Dad, is a writer, speaker, life observer, and cancer warrior. Jim is well respected here at Imerman Angels and one of our greatest supporters!

Please take the time to read his article on Manofthehouse.com. It’s a story of how Imerman Angels began and an awareness of Testicular cancer, which according to his article impacts 8, 500 men every year ages 15-35 in our country.

Be Aware and Help kick cancer to the curb!!

“I’ve walked in your shoes. I’ve been there. I beat it. And you can too.”

Oct 19
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Jim Higley

For the past several months, Kenilworth resident Jim Higley has shared his story about life as a single dad through his Bobblehead Dad columns on triblocal.com.

His story as a single dad battling cancer has earned him a contender spot in the World’s Greatest Dad competition through ManOfTheHouse.com online magazine.

Check it out!

Apr 22

Jim HigleyJim Higley, one of IA’s Mentor Angels, writes a humorous column on fatherhood – Bobblehead Dad – for Chicago Tribune’s TribLocal.

His blog contains funny entries, most recently, about his recent marathon run in Rome, snow blowers, being a Dad, and finding his A-game.

Jim recently wrote an article about his 5th Birthday (his cancerversary).  He talks about his cancer journey, his experience as a survivor and his new version of normal.

“But, the new normal is also unleashingly good. The new normal comes with the permission to live richer, to speak freely, to cry openly, to make mistakes, to take chances, to say “yes” to new things, and to tell those ‘someones’ in your life just how deep your love is for them.”

Cheers to that, Jim!