By Danielle Bertiger
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- In December 2014, Veteran Apache pilot and husband of Tennessee Titans Cheerleader Alumni Stormi (2011-2013), Kyle Wagley, was diagnosed with stage four stomach cancer.
Titans Cheerleaders host a Golf Scramble raising funds for the cancer-stricken husband of one of their former teammates.
The news came a few months after returning from his second deployment to Afghanistan and just weeks after the birth of the couple's first child. This aggressive form of cancer is extremely rare for someone of Kyle's age and otherwise exemplary physical condition.
On August 3, the Titans Cheerleaders, together with several of their spouses, hosted a Golf Scramble at Nashville Golf and Athletic Club to raise funds and awareness for Officer Wagley's condition. The donations will help the Wagley family pay for the exorbitant medical and travel expenses incurred during his treatment.
Officer Wagley's wife, Stormi, showed her immense gratitude: "It was great to have the Titans Cheerleaders and organization come together for a former cheerleader's family. It shows that no matter what, we are still there for each other. It's reassuring to know that even though our real family is states away, that we have our Titans family so close."
After surgery in Houston, Texas and 14 weeks of chemotherapy, Officer Wagley is currently cancer-free. His condition will continue to be monitored.
To read more and support this United States veteran and member of our Titans family visit: http://www.caring4kyle.com/