Medical Funds for Molly Molk-Henson

Medical Funds for Molly Molk-Henson

From Erin Marie McGroder

We are raising money to help Molly with out of pocket medical expenses. She was recently diagnosed with bladder cancer and had to have surgery. Molly is always the first person to help others in need. Now it is our turn!

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3 months ago

"I met Coach Molk when I was just a little girl in kindergarten. I remember untying my shoelaces just so that Coach could tie them because I liked how she did it.
Coach motivated me throughout my GOTR experience and that inspired me to run cross country this last semester. I remember her telling me, “If you can hear footsteps behind you, you need to push harder." That is something that has stuck with me since then.
Coach not only inspired me to try my hardest sports-wise but also in life. She definitely is a person that has taught me a lot, and she will always have a special place in my heart."

-Rafaela Olivarez Garcia

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Erin Marie McGroder posted a new update:
3 months ago

Update #2

"I met Coach Molk when I was just a little girl in kindergarten. I remember untying my shoelaces just so that Coach could tie them because I liked how she did it.
Coach motivated me throughout my GOTR experience and that inspired me to run cross country this last semester. I remember her telling me, “If you can hear footsteps behind you, you need to push harder." That is something that has stuck with me since then.
Coach not only inspired me to try my hardest sports-wise but also in life. She definitely is a person that has taught me a lot, and she will always have a special place in my heart."

-Rafaela Olivarez Garcia

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Erin Marie McGroder posted a new update:
3 months ago

Update #1

I first met Molly in her first grade class in 2002, where I learned the art of opening and serving ice-cold Diet Cokes. Roberts Road Elementary then assigned her the daunting task of being my second grade teacher as well. She didn’t mind because she didn’t have to train a second Diet Coke server. After two years in her class, I would always come back and see her. She then left Waller ISD, but stayed in contact with my family and me. She has been there for me my whole life and I can’t remember a major event where she wasn’t in attendance. When I was a senior in college, my grandmother passed away. Molly was the one who called me to tell me to get home. She was at the airport to pick me up when I arrived. She’s been there in the past and I know she’ll be there in the future! She’s a loving, caring, one-of-a kind person and I’m very grateful that she’s such a big part of my life.

-Cole Parker

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