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first_imgJohn Hadley, another firefighter-paramedic, said this tightly-knit circle of friends is grieving with the Maihoris and wanted to help. “Everybody’s heart goes out to them,” he said. “We heard they had financial problems. We knew they had the burden of having heavy hearts. “We stand behind them. We’re all one family.” Capt. Tim Freeman whipped up hundreds of pancakes Sunday morning, going through five, 25-pound bags of batter in less than three hours. “We support Sue and her family,” he said. “This is a way to raise cancer awareness, and show support to our friends. This is the least we can do to give back to them for what they give to us.” For information on how to help the Maihori family, visit http://jenniferforever.com. [email protected] 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Hundreds of men and women in uniform joined by civilians came to support the family. Jennifer’s dad Clancy is a Los Angeles police sergeant. “Through this whole thing, we’ve known what people mean to us, but we never realized what we meant to them,” said Sue, a former Northridge Hospital emergency room nurse. “This is unbelievable to me. “You need people like this in your life. We’re lucky we work for who we work with.” Dozens of volunteers, wearing personalized aprons with Jennifer’s picture, served pancakes, sausage, eggs and coffee. “Every once in a while you meet some neat people… you feel compelled to do something to show your appreciation,” said Brian Lee, a firefighter-paramedic. “We’re here for Sue and Clancy because of what they do.” NORTHRIDGE – Lying in her bed, the cancer having spread from her spine to her brain, Jennifer Maihori raised her fist in the air and said, “Mom, I’m fighting.” “The one thing about my daughter is she’d always say, `Mom, I’m fighting,” Sue Maihori, a nurse educator with the Los Angeles Fire Department, said Sunday. “She said that an hour before she passed away.” Sue cared for 20-year-old Jennifer around-the-clock in the last months of her battle, one that ended Sept. 3 when the Santa Monica College cheerleader died at home in Canyon Country. On Sunday, firefighters at Station 103 in Northridge, held a pancake breakfast fundraiser for the Maihori family to help them in the aftermath of Jennifer’s prolonged fight. last_img
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