Tribute Garden

The Bag it Cancer Tribute Garden is a virtual place where you can recognize those touched by cancer. A donation to our Tribute Garden is a caring way to support Bag It while honoring, remembering, celebrating yourself or someone else touched by cancer. It is also a thoughtful way to pay homage to a caregiver, family member, friend or health care provider whose support eased the burdens of cancer.

Garden with stone bench

In Honor Of

In Honor Of
Kathy by Lawrence
Robert Brooks, MD by Susan
Mary Carhuff by Donald & Maribeth

In honor of Yolanda Harvey

Love you!
Marta Harvey

In honor of Cancer Survivors

People of color who cannot get access to services due to structural discrimination.
Sanford Jeames

In honor of Denise Swensen

The rocking chair chats are the best!
Patsy Hinson

Celebrating Survivors Day with all my Survivor friends and their families.
Sherri Romanoski

In honor of my mom, Diana, a lung cancer survivor since 2003. Thank you for your positive attitude, your caring nature, and taking care of yourself.

In honor of Vikki Bishopp

Vikki each day you tackle this journey with grace, perseverance, and determination.  While the journey is challenging, we honor you for your strength and the smile you have every day.
Lots of love,
Earl and Phoebe Wadsworth

In honor of Sherri Romanoski

In honor Sherri Romanoski for creating an amazing organization that has helped so many cope with a cancer diagnosis and be empowered to navigate treatment and care.
Sven and Kassandra

In honor of Sherri Romanoski

In honor of Sherri Romanoski – We thank you for the meaningful ways you have helped so many people through your generous spirit and giving of time.
We love ya’, Janie and Merlin

In honor of Sherri

Your founder, an inspiration and a long-time good soul.
Scott & Cathy Ullery

In honor of Michelle Bonito

Thank you for sharing Bag It Cancer’s mission with me and Hayley.
Ann Lack

In honor of Amy Cojanis

Happy Birthday Amy Cojanis!
For the friend I love. In honor of her love for Everyone around her. Happy Birthday friend.
Christie Inch

In honor of Tom Chvapil

I am sorry you had to join this “club,” Tom. But I am happy that you have access to multiple layers of support. I am here for you….
💕 Susie

In honor of Dr. Eric Shreder and Tonya McIntire

Thank you for keeping me so busy! Happy Holidays and a healthy 2020!
Sandy & Gwen

In honor of Dr. Michael Boxer 

Dr. Michael Boxer may most commonly be known for his work as an Oncologist specializing in hematology at Arizona Oncology; but to me and my family, he is a true hero. In July 2009, he diagnosed my dad, Gary D. Welch, with advanced stage four multiple myeloma. After seven months of intensive treatments and a stem cell transplant, Dr. Boxer and my dad’s healthcare team helped him to make an incredible recovery. Against all odds, Dr. Boxer allowed my father to enjoy an additional ten years of holidays and family gatherings that we will always treasure. His kindness and his commitment to his patients have made him unforgettable to those who have been fortunate enough to be under his care. On behalf of my dad, Gary Welch, and in recognition of Dr. Boxer’s prestigious career, we dedicate this tribute to him in honor of his well-deserved retirement.

In honor of June O’Toole
You are an inspiration to us all.  You are always upbeat and do so much for others.
Love you!
Anne Camerato

In Memory Of

In Memory Of

Terri Baker by Shawna
Ginger Guendelsberger by Sherri
Ginger Guendelsberger by John and Cheryl
Anna Marie Yazzie by Monica​
Steve Drakontaidis by Sofia
Ann Burton by Elvira
Joyce and Judy Nichols by Kathleen
Pam Chess by Amy
Aleesia Hughes by Amy

In memory of Debra Butterworth

Remembering Debra. She was a wonderful mother, wife, sister in law, and pastor’s wife.
Karen Gildersleeve

In loving memory of Gary D. Welch 

In July 2009 Gary was diagnosed with advanced stage four multiple myeloma. Thanks to the courageous efforts of Dr. Michael Boxer and Gary’s healthcare team, he made a miraculous recovery after undergoing seven months of chemotherapy, radiation and a stem cell transplant. The following ten years included many joyous occasions and allowed Gary to spend precious time with his loved ones. He was at the hospital for the birth of each of his four grandchildren and he delighted in the close relationship he shared with each of them. Weekly zoo trips with his grandchildren, regular family BBQs and frequent visits with his mother and brother in Prescott were highlights of his last decade. Sadly, on January 27, 2020 Gary’s fight with multiple myeloma came to an end. He will always be missed, and his memory will continue to live on in the hearts of his family, especially in those of his three children and four grandchildren who knew him as a very loving and devoted father and papa.

In memory of Gary D. Welch. I’m consoled by so many memories that fill the space your leaving us has created. You’re in our minds and hearts now.

In memory of Judy Plymale

The rocking chats are the best.
Patsy Hinson & John Mullis

In memory of Karin Hofstafler

A tribute to Karin Hofstafler, whose courage, determination, generosity, kindness, compassion and humor lifted us all up. Her life was dedicated to serving others with joy and grace.
Joan Kerr

In memory of Jon Romanoski
Jon was such an amazing, kind and gentle man.  We were blessed to have known him. Condolences to all of the Romanoski family.

In memory of Jon Romanoski
Jon was such an amazing, kind and gentle man.  We were blessed to have known him. Condolences to all of the Romanoski family.

In memory of Jon Romanoski

In memory to one of the gentlest of giants. Jon will be sorely missed by all of us. What a kind and thoughtful husband, father, grandfather and brother, Rest in peace now and always, Johnny Bear.
Joe & Sherri Romanoski