KATU News (Channel 2)
Apr 21, 2010
SPRINGFIELD, Ore. – Given just months to live, Aaron Jamison has set his mind on two missions.
The first is to spread a message of hope. Jamison, who has terminal cancer, hands out purple bracelets that read “Cancer Sucks … Life is Good … Choose Joy” to people he meets.
The other mission is harder. Jamison wants to pay for his cremation and urn costs before he dies so his wife Kristin won’t have to worry about it. His plan is to sell advertising space on two urns that will hold his ashes – one for his wife and one for his parents.
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