Richard Sharp passed away the evening of June 24th in 2014 from Posterior Cortical Atrophy (PCA), a rare form of Alzheimer’s Disease. He fought nobly to help find a cure for future generations. In Rick’s honor his wife, Sherry and family continue to support research to find a cure for this dreadful disease.
“I am committed to fighting Alzheimer’s Disease at any opportunity possible with both my time and resources. Alzheimer’s is relentless, but so am I! I will not give up until either a cure is found or I die trying. I would be so honored to have you join me in the fight at the Rick Sharp Classic. It will be a fun two days, but more importantly, the money raised will get us that much closer to finding a cure.”
Alzheimer’s Disease is the most recognized form of dementia and affects almost 6 million Americans. Many live with the disease for as long as 20 years before they are diagnosed. There is no cure.
Rick was a friend, father, husband, dynamic business leader, and philanthropist. He was the former CEO of Circuit City, a founder of CarMax, and more. In 2014 he lost his life to Alzheimer’s.
WAYS TO GIVE
Research to end this disease costs time and money. We’ve been able to donate millions in our quest. Your donations and participation can help speed our race to a cure. Find out about upcoming events and more by clicking below.