Biking To Beat Alzheimer’s


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Jill-Corrigan-Alzheimers-BikeJill Corrigan has been on the move again: The Veronan was part of a cycling group that participated in a four-day, 400-mile bike ride last weekend, the Alzheimer’s Association’s Ride to End Alzheimer’s.

The ride was organized by North Caldwell resident Andy Dunberg, who lost his grandmother, aunt and father to Alzheimer’s. Corrigan both drove the team’s support van and biked along. In addition to Corrigan and Dunberg, Team New Jersey Riders included Hank Fein, esq., Fein, Such, Kahn & Shepard Law Firm; Richard Molesworth, principal engineer, Marotta Controls; Michael Wiatak, sales director, Equinix; Bill Wojtowicz, president of Premier Contractors; and Nick Salvatore of Oakland. Tech support and training sessions were provided by the team’s sponsors Dave Adornato and the Montclair Bikery

For more information about The Ride to End Alzheimer’s, visit the organization’s Web site. Team New Jersey Riders has a fundraising goal of $50,000 and they are very close. You can visit their donation page or donate through Corrigan’s own page.

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