Terminally Ill Man Gets Super Bowl Wish
“I was going to have surgery, then they told me it was cancerous,” he said. “For about 30 minutes, I was in shock. And then it was, ‘OK, what do we do?'”
The 47-year-old was diagnosed with Stage III pancreatic cancer in May. His condition is terminal. Doctors say Ed has months to live, leaving behind three daughters and family.
“I don’t know when it’s going to hit me, but why dwell on that? Why dwell on it? There’s nothing to dwell on. … Move forward,” he said.
So when his fiancee, MaryKaye, wanted to give him something special, she went to the Web. MaryKaye found the Dream Foundation, an organization that grants wishes to adults with terminal illnesses.