The Seena Magowitz Foundation To Honor Ron Brefka
The Seena Magowitz Foundation To Honor Ron Brefka Through The “Harley Hero” Award at the Harley Davidson Museum
Brefka, an avid Harley Davidson fan, raised thousands of dollars for various charitable causes during his life
(Milwaukee, WI) July 2023 — On August 18th, from 6:00-8:00pm at the Harley Davidson Museum, The Seena Magowitz Foundation will present the Harley Hero award in honor of Ron Brefka, a lifetime motorcycle enthusiast and 6-year Pancreatic Cancer warrior.
The award will honor Mr. Brefka’s medical team from the Medical College of Wisconsin, who provided him with exceptional care during his battle with pancreatic cancer. Donations raised during the duration of the weekend will be put towards cancer research as a way to honor Ron’s memory and further support the fight against this devastating disease.
“Not only did Ron have an immense impact on the motorcycle industry, but he also touched dozens of patients and survivors in the pancreatic cancer community,” said Roger E Magowitz, Founder and CEO of The Seena Magowitz Foundation. “We wanted to honor his legacy by giving back to the people who surrounded and supported him during his fight against pancreatic cancer.”
The award ceremony will serve as the kick off to the organization’s annual charity event as a way to honor Ron’s memory and further support the fight against this devastating disease. The event will serve as a meaningful way to honor Ron’s legacy and demonstrate the core values of the Harley Davidson brand.
For event information, visit: https://seenamagowitzfoundation.org/milwaukee/
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The Seena Magowitz Foundation is the face and voice of pancreatic cancer awareness. Harnessing collective synergy to defeat pancreatic cancer, the foundation communicates risk factors, symptoms, and ways to reduce the chances of getting the disease. The organization was founded by Roger E. Magowitz in honor of his mother, Seena Magowitz, who lost her battle with pancreatic cancer in 2001. The Seena Magowitz Foundation is entering its 20th year of funding pancreatic cancer research and pilot trials. For more information, visit seenamagowitzfoundation.org.
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