Josh Tumlin

Walk 100 Miles in June Challenge

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For My Dad

Sunday 2nd Jun
Aiden, Erin, and I are walking 100 miles for Leukemia and Lymphoma Social Challenge in June to honor the memory of my dad.  Those who are reading this already know, but I lost my dad two weeks ago today due to complications from a very aggressive form of Lymphoma.  

Saturday we did a walking tour of historic Lexington Ma.  We toured the Buckman Tavern, and Erin found an out door local plant sale to hit.  It as a beautiful day for a walk, and I definitely felt like I was able to honor my fathers love of historical events during this walk. (6 miles)

Sunday we hit Lake Quannipowitt for our first walk of the day and finished up in the neighborhood.  (4 miles)

For my dad’s funeral decor we found a sign at Hobby Lobby that had Psalms 71:14 “I will always have hope”, and with our walking we are hoping to inspire hope for others with Leukemia and Lymphoma.

Thank you to my Sponsors


Sandy & Mike

Very proud of you. Keep walking.


Jay And Tricia Howe (the Florida Howes)

Josh, We know you will hit and exceed your goal, and please know you never walk alone as your father will be will you each and step of the way.


Janis Field


Jeff & Sara Howe


Katelyn Mcfeeters

Sending love and inspiration to keep walking! -Katy and Jeff


Ron & Mj

Josh, May memories of your dad surround you with extra love this Father's Day! Happy Father's Day and the best of luck on your journey!


Uncle Dick Howe And Donna



Susan Sargent

With love and hugs from all of us❤️




Chris Neumann


Patrick Donoghue


Amy & Ronnie Edwards

We were so sorry to hear about your Dad. We have so many great memories from back in the Burnt Hickory ballfield days. We are praying for all of you. Thank you for walking!


Paul And Lynn Strickland

You got this! So very sorry about your dad.


The Divincenzo Family


Chris Smith

So sorry for your loss Josh. Thoughts and prayers to you and your family.


Jon & Heidi De Leon


Helen Kuykendall

What a wonderful way to honor your Dad. “Walk on, walk on with hope in your heart.” 🙏🏼❤️


Scott Gobbi


Richard Belton


Jinger Hudalla


Colleen Doherty


John Hallice


Nicole Young


Denise Tumlin


Diana Gobbi


Katie Gobbi


Josh Nardelli


Aunt Moose

Great job!!!