Over $75 000 has been raised during the Rob Lutterman event!

March 13th, 2012

Last February 25th, several skiers skied for a cure at Mont SUTTON, during the 13th annual Rob Lutterman SKI FOR A CURE!

The event has helped to raise more than $75 000 towards the awarding of a pancreatic research grant! Organizers of the event “Rob Lutterman Ski for a Cure” would like to thank all of those who participated in this 13th edition, which was a great success!

Commemorative run, Rob Lutterman
Thank you!

On July 28th 1999, Rob Lutterman lost his battle with pancreatic cancer; he was 63. Shortly after, his family and a group of special friends decided to create an annual ski day to celebrate life, to raise money for cancer research and most importantly, to commemorate Rob, who was an avid skier. The Rob Lutterman Memorial Fund for the Cancer Research Society (CRS) was created to promote and fund research into pancreatic cancer.

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