After a brave 6-year fight with cholangiocarcinoma, Libby Wolfe peacefully passed away in her home with her daughter and sister by her side.
Libby was diagnosed with cholangiocarcinoma in 2015 and given 6-12 months to live. The diagnosis and prognosis were frightening and Libby along with her loving caregiver/daughter, Abbey, immediately jumped into research mode and as luck would have it quickly found the Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation. Through the generous help of brave patients, caregivers, doctors, researchers and all of the passionate people that make up the Cholangiocarcinoma Community Libby successfully proved doctors wrong time and time again continuing to live and thrive well beyond the timeline that was given to her. She bravely underwent surgery, radiation, ablation, clinical trials, chemotherapy, targeted therapy, etc. all through the support and guidance, and knowledge gained from CCF.
Libby’s passion in life was helping others. So she naturally became a volunteer with the Foundation and gave back every minute she could. Even when she was sick and had nothing left to give - she still found a way to give. Libby was committed to finding a cure for cholangiocarcinoma for herself and for all of the amazing family she found in this community. In honor of Libby, her family has established a fund in her honor to raise awareness and find a cure for cholangiocarcinoma. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the Libby Wolfe Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation Fund.
If you wish to donate by phone, please call (888) 936-6731 and speak with Laurie Kikel. If you wish to donate by mail, send check to:
CCF – In honor of Libby Wolfe
5526 West 13400 South, #510
Herriman, Utah 84096, USA