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Fraser Mills and Ann Dowd
In December 2010, just before her 50th birthday, Lorraine Pun and her husband Koshal received the news that Koshal, known as Koshi, had inoperable pancreatic cancer. This past spring, Koshi passed away. Now Lorraine is raising funds for Macmillan Cancer Support, a charity that was a great comfort to Koshi during his illness when he was receiving treatment at the Raigmore Hospital.
Lorraine raised over £2,000 from her World’s Biggest Coffee Morning held at the Trafford Bank Guest House in Inverness. Lorraine and Koshi opened the guest house together nine years ago, and it is where Koshi passed away after battling his cancer.
The day after Lorraine’s coffee morning, her brother-in-law Fraser Mills took on the Loch Ness Marathon in memory of Koshi. Fraser chairs the Sport and Social Club at River House Jobcentre, and the club chose to support Macmillan this year through a variety of fundraising events. They raised a fantastic £1,566 for Macmillan through Fraser’s marathon, a Speyside Challenge walk, and a staff coffee morning.
A huge thank you to Lorraine, Fraser and the River House Sport and Social Club for all their fundraising efforts.
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