Please join us in making Priscilla’s Promise: “I promise to have an annual OB-GYN visit and ask my doctor about cervical cancer prescreening tests.” Share this promise with your mother, spouse, sisters, daughters, friends and young women. Knowledge is imperative to prevent cervical cancer.
Priscilla's Promise

Board of Directors

My beautiful wife Priscilla was diagnosed with Cervical Cancer in May of 2005. After the initial shock wore off, she faced her battle with uncanny bravery, dignity and grace. Her attention was always on her family and especially our 3 sons: Trey, Connor and Alex. Multiple surgeries, chemotherapy and radiation couldn't diminish her sense of humor and amazing optimism. A wonderful and otherwise healthy mother and wife, it didn't make sense that she was having to deal with something like this at such a young age. We quickly learned that cancer doesn't discriminate and that anyone is vulnerable. When we lost Priscilla in January of 2007 at the age of 36, I realized that her story could potentially save lives and that's why I founded Priscilla's Promise.

Our mission is straightforward and simple - a) Empower and educate women with the knowledge they need to ask their doctors the right questions about what exams are right for them, and b) with the help of the American Cancer Society, find a cure for the deadly disease that took my children's mother and so many other mothers, sisters, daughters and friends. We can make a difference and we will win this fight.

Take Priscilla's Promise. Talk with your doctor. And, if you can, enable our cause through your generous donation. All proceeds go toward our very focused mission and are 100% tax deductible.

Thank you and God Bless!

I was diagnosed with cervical cancer in May 2004. Having never received anything but positive results from my annual pap smear, I was quite shocked at the diagnosis. I underwent surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy. It was a year later when Priscilla called to tell me that she had been diagnosed with cervical cancer. How could this happen? Priscilla had been tested soon after my diagnosis and received positive results. Our family struggled with this diagnosis, but nobody struggled more than Priscilla. I can recall days when the pain hit deep into her bones, but she put a smile on her face and took care of her three little boys, Trey, Connor and Alex. She wanted nothing more than for her boys to live happy, healthy lives and to be as unaffected as possible with her illness. She gave so much of herself to others and always put her family above herself. I miss her every single day. I share this story because we all have people in our lives that we love and want to protect. Sometimes, these very people may not be aware of the steps they need to take to protect themselves from cervical cancer. I am asking you to embrace Priscilla's Promise…tell every female in your life to get tested for cervical cancer, to protect them from this terrible disease. An annual pap smear is not enough…talk to your doctor about HPV tests and HPV vaccines. You and your loved ones deserve to live happy, healthy lives.