OCRF & Ovarian Cancer National Alliance are now one strong, united, inspiring voice!
Ovarian Cancer Research Fund (OCRF) and the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance (OCNA) have led the way in advocacy, research and support for patients and their families for over 22 years. As of January 2016, we are pleased to announce we are joining together to form Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Alliance (OCRFA), the largest global organization dedicated to advancing ovarian cancer research while supporting women and their families. Read the exciting news!


Survivor Stories / Tributes

Lacey Vasquez

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Lacey was special to all who knew her. In addition to her great beauty, her special sweetness always shined through.

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FEBRUARY 13, 1988 – SEPTEMBER 29, 2007
Lacey was born February 13, 1988 in Mountain View, California. She lost a brave battle to ovarian cancer on September 29 2007, surrounded by all those who loved her. Our angel is now in heaven. Lacey graduated from Wilcox High School in Santa Clara, California, Class of 2006, and attended Mission Community College. She was the precious daughter of Stefani Vasquez and Grammy and Poppy Coale. She was the idolized sister of Charles and Billy. Loving cousin to Brittney, Courtney and David. Adored niece of Scott Vasquez, Dave and Christy Frost, Barbara Schubach, Shawn and Deanna Skaggs and Steve Coale.

Last updated on: 02/10/2009


Lacey you are my sister we both have this cancer witch does not know age you are a blessed angel to us all.God loves you and you are in his arms today,and forever in your parents hearts I pray your family knows you take there love with you until you walk together once again,GOD BLESS

Deby Webster – 02/24/2009

Lacey, you were a dear friend to me, im so sorry we never had a chance after high school to still Talk i always think of you. you are in a better place now and will always remember you, i joined RELAY FOR LIFE, its to help stop the battle of cancer and i put your name on a paper bag to have a candle inside to light up for you….it was Beautiful…god bless

Marisa Sarensen – 03/20/2009

It breaks my heart to read of such young women who have not had a chance to really live their lives. My Jessica 24 went to the loving arms of Jesus this Aug 09 to ovarian small cell after only 4 months of beeing diagnoised. This is such a horrible cancer and takes so many so young. My heart goes out to your family and to you Deby who is in the midst of this fight. I will pray for you, that God will keep your focused and strong during this time.

Mary Marcellino – 10/22/2009

My dear Lacey, We all miss you so much it hurts. Life has not been the same since you left us. Our lives have been challenged with so many problems. The past three years have been so hard on all of us. Uncle Dave was just diagonosed with cancer, all over his body. He is doing his second round of chemo. It’s so scary. My girls miss you so much. They can’t lose their dad, too. I hope your at peace and never forget how much we all love you. Love you my sweet neice daughter. Auntie Christy 04/16/11

Christy Frost – 04/17/2011

Hahahaha. I?m not too birhgt today. Great post!

Tish Tish – 06/02/2011

I never thought I would find such an eervyday topic so enthralling!

Mena Mena – 12/20/2011