Around town, he's known as the "Pink Fireman."
Marshall Moneymaker, a firefighter at Station 6, can be seen around Bethesda wearing pink firefighting gear in honor of his three sisters -- Valessa, Vicky, and Penny -- all of whom lost their lives to breast cancer.
The walk takes place in cities across the country during October, breast cancer awareness month, spanning three days and 60 miles. The event challenges walkers -- many of whom deck themselves out in pink gear -- to raise money and awareness for the disease.
Many, like Moneymaker, walk in honor of those who have lost their lives to breast cancer.
"Susan G. Komen walkers have a saying, 'Everyone deserves a lifetime,'" Moneymaker wrote on his website. "I plan on finishing my lifetime living theirs. I’m going to get involved with this cause for them and see it to the end."
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