2020 team running to raise money for Lahey Hospital & Medical Center and Beverly Hospital
The new Team Lahey for the 2020 Boston Marathon has been selected! All four team members are running for causes that are personal for them. Meet them below and learn why they want to give back to Lahey Hospital & Medical Center and Beverly Hospital.
Team Lahey is a proud official charity of the John Hancock Marathon Non-Profit Program.
Meet Team Lahey:
Mary Bazylewicz, LICSW is a licensed social worker at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center’s Department of General Internal Medicine. She’s raising money for programs to help elderly patients with mental health issues and those dealing with substance abuse problems.
Tom “T.J.” Dye lost his father to cancer in 2018. He’s training to run the Boston Marathon and raising money for the Oncology Fund at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center. His gift will honor his dad, but he’s also running for his uncle, a well-known Lahey physician who was there for his family during T.J.’s father’s cancer treatments.
Warren Ferris knows firsthand how scary seeing a loved one undergo major heart surgery can be. After his mother’s heart procedure last year, and knowing his family’s history of heart disease, he was inspired to raise money for cardiac care at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center. He wants to help fund research and new treatments that will help heart patients like his mother.
Lauren Washnock-Maldonado BSN, RN, misses her mother every day. The two of them were inseparable until her mom died of cancer in 2019. Lauren, a nursing team lead at Beverly Hospital, is running the marathon to raise money for the Oncology Fund at Beverly. She wants patients on the North Shore to have access to the best cancer care possible while staying close to home.
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