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ALS Takes More Than 5,000
Americans Each Year.
There is No Cure.

Yet, today I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of this earth... I might have been given a bad break, but I've got an awful lot to live for.

-Lou Gehrig Farewell Speech
July 4, 1939

With saddened hearts, we announce the passing of Neil Alexander at 49 on March 24, 2015.  Neil was the co-founder of LiveLikeLou.org and dedicated his life to the courageous fight against ALS not just for himself but for everyone now and in the future.  As Suzanne described him:  he was smart, heroic, funny and has been an inspiration to many.  A memorial service will be held on March 28, 2015.  We invite you to read more about Neil’s extraordinary journey.

Neil and Suzanne Alexander established LiveLikeLou.org in 2011 when Neil was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), the devastating condition known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. Through this fund they hope to raise awareness of ALS, provide care and comfort to ALS families in Western Pennsylvania, and support scientific research targeted at finding a cure. The fund was named for baseball great Lou Gehrig to honor the example he set for all people living with ALS. Thank you for your support!  LiveLikeLou.org is a fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation.

We would like to thank our 2014 corporate sponsors for their generosity in supporting LiveLikeLou.org.You may give to LiveLikeLou.org via check.  Please send your check to:

LiveLikeLou.org Fund
c/o The Pittsburgh Foundation
Five PPG Place, Suite 250
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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LiveLikeLou.org Videos…

Neil Alexander describes what it means to make the choice to Live Like Lou and shares stories about the baseball great and the 75th anniversary of his Luckiest Man Alive farewell speech.

Thank you to New Perspective for helping us produce the LiveLikeLou.org Kick-Off Video.