Each September, the nation recognizes prostate cancer awareness month to help defeat the third leading cause of cancer deaths among men. An estimated 29,430 husbands, sons, brothers, fathers, and grandfathers will lose their lives to prostate cancer in 2018.

An Ohio resident has been hard at work to ensure that these proclamations are renewed annually. Linda Hoetger has spoken with local leaders to remind communities of the pain and suffering of prostate cancer. As a result, Mayors, Legislators, City Council Members, and Town/Village managers and County Commissioners will issue a proclamation or resolution declaring September prostate cancer awareness month.

Friday, June 10, 2016

Xenia, Ohio 2016

Thank you Mayor Bayless and  City of Xenia for your support in September with Prostate Cancer Awareness month!

Monday, June 6, 2016

Medina, Ohio 2016

Good morning Linda;

I wanted to let you know that Medina City Council will be passing a resolution in support of National Prostate Cancer Awareness month at their last meeting in July before they go on recess. I will be in touch as soon as I have that paperwork and send it to you.

Have a great day!

Dawn Conwill
Administrative Office Manager
Mayor’s Office

Saturday, June 4, 2016

Canfield, Ohio 2016

Thank you Mayor Bernard Kosar Sr. and the City of Canfield for your support with Prostate Cancer Awareness!

Friday, June 3, 2016

Thank you Congresswoman Beatty!

It is a huge Honor to have Congresswoman Beatty's support in raising awareness for Prostate Cancer not only on Capitol Hill. As well as here in Ohio at her District Meeting Ray and I were mentioned at 8:31for my efforts of criss-crossing Ohio ask Mayors and Council Members for a Proclamation or Resolutions.

Thursday, June 2, 2016

Senator Portman's Office

Dear Linda,

I’m Charlie Bolton, one of Senator Portman’s legislative correspondents in Washington. Thank you very much for your long and well-written letter letting Senator Portman know of the great work you are doing in Ohio to raise awareness on prostate cancer. It is great for us to know (but sad to learn) of the disproportionate impact that this disease has on veterans. The Senator shares your excitement that the FY 2017 budget increased funding for prostate cancer by $90 million, and agrees that it should be an important priority in veterans’ appropriations bills. The work that you are doing with lawmakers in both parties in Ohio is truly impressive.

Charlie Bolton

Office of Senator Portman, Legislative Correspondent

Congresswoman Beatty District Meeting

 Thank you Congresswoman Beatty for your support in raising awareness for prostate cancer in September

District Meeting
May 3, 2016
East High School
Columbus, Ohio