BENEFITING: OKLAHOMA CITY NATIONAL MEMORIAL FOUNDATION
I will run to remember Christy Rosas, who lost her life in the 1995 bombing in Oklahoma City. She was a vibrant, beautiful 22-year-old woman, who had only been an employee on the 3rd floor of the Murrah building for three days. She left behind so many who love and miss her, including a husband, her 5-year-old son, Shane, who was the light of her life, her parents, Debbie and Bob Pippin, her sister, Michelle Buller, and so many other family and friends. Christy was born July 19, 1972, just one month after I was. I was lucky to be the teacher of Christy's niece, Kya Floyd. Kya was born in 2003, so she never had the privilege of meeting her aunt, but she knows how much she was loved, and even carries on Christy's middle name, Nicole. I would like for all of Christy's family and friends to know that we will always remember her. May the happiness in her smile still light up the hearts of those who knew and loved her. I will run to remember all the victims of April 19, 1995, as well as the survivors. Please consider donating and becoming "tied to our mission" to ensure the future of the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum.