It was hosted by the Roughnecks Motorcycle Club allowing people to ride with them in support of their friend Alan Panter Saturday, December 12th 2020, 7:56 PM EST
Friends and coworkers of a beloved paramedic hosted a fundraiser in Dalton, Georgia for whom they call their mentor after finding out he was diagnosed with cancer.
It was hosted by the Roughnecks Motorcycle Club allowing people to ride with them in support of their friend Alan Panter.
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They charged 20 dollars per bike and vehicle, and the ones who set this up said people donated even if they didn’t get to ride. They raised more than the 2,000 dollar goal and hit closer to 5,000 dollars.
The community said it is Panter’s four decades as a paramedic and calm nature while helping others that deserves a donation.
“I didn’t know exactly how this thing was going to turn out,” disclosed Panter. “All my friends and coworkers and everybody has done some amazing things. I truly am one of the most blessed men in the world.”
Organizers are still asking people to donate to his GoFundMe page to help with his medical expenses rounding out to about ten thousand dollars.
You can also send your donations to 1105 Memorial Drive, P.O. Box 0806 Dalton. GA 30722-0806.