Many of you have already heard by now: Stuart Scott, the brilliant ESPN sportscaster and anchor, passed away last weekend from cancer. You don’t have to know what he did for a living, the type of cancer he had, how old he was when he died, or how many loved ones he left behind, to care.
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Because Stuart Scott brought a tremendous amount of awareness to the terrible disease that affects all of us in some way. He battled cancer in public, purposely. He raised a lot of money for cancer. He used every ounce of energy he had to give cancer patients hope. He used every ounce of energy to make all of our lives better.
While we often criticize celebrities for myriad reasons, it’s hard to do the same for Stuart Scott. He used his status to help you and me.
If you haven’t seen the recent, moving speech that Stuart Scott made at the 2014 ESPYS, it’s worth watching.