Rockwall realty firm begins fund raising for realtor diagnosed with in-operable cancer

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Tomorrow has been designated “Steve Warren” day as part of “Steve Warren Week” at Rockwall Keller Williams Realty as the local real estate company begins a drive to raise money for their associate who was just diagnosed last week with in-operable, Stage IV cancer and – barring a miracle – has only a short time to live.

According to Keller Williams blog, called “Rockwall Cares,” Warren does not have adequate health insurance to cover the costs, although he is not going to pursue expensive chemotherapy since his oncologist told him that it will only extend his life by a few months. Warren, 41, and his wife are seeking an alternative cancer treatment.

The blog states that employees and the community are encouraged to purchase T-shirts for $20 and to donate in the bucket to the Steve Warren fund at the real estate company’s office in the Kroger Center, just south of Kroger.

The blog reads:

“Steve is a great agent at Keller Williams but more importantly, he is an amazing human being. He is known for his missions work and for the way he can light up a room when he walks in. He is a husband to Sheri, a father to Charlie (17) and Andy (12). He is an encourager to many. He can always make us laugh.”

It also contains a blog entry from Sheri Warren about the ordeal they have been experiencing. To read the entry, visit the Keller Williams blog at:

You can also go directly to Steve’s and Sheri’s blog, on which they plan to record “Steve’s Journey Through Cancer.” Their stated objective is: “May God Use It For His Glory.” Find it at:

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