For the Love of Lillie
Pediatric Myocarditis Awareness
Our mission is to raise awareness, not only to the medical community but, every community we can reach and to support the continued research of the Myocarditis Foundation in its efforts to better educate and “hasten progress in understanding myocarditis.”
It is our hope that no other family endures the pain of losing a loved one.
October 20, 2017, a day we will never forget, we lost our precious Lillie (at age 3) to Pediatric Myocarditis. We had never heard of Myocarditis, much less that the disease could be fatal. So, with heavy hearts and a passion to get involved, Lillie’s Love was established to honor the life of our daughter, granddaughter, sissy, cousin, friend – Lillie Nicole Hall – our hearts must go on for her!
What is Myocarditis?
Myocarditis is a disease characterized by inflammation of the myocardium (muscular layer of the wall of the heart), often with subsequent damage to the heart.
Myocarditis is a poorly understood, often undiagnosed illness which can rapidly progress to heart failure and death. There are many causes of Myocarditis including: viral infections, autoimmune disorders, environmental toxins, and adverse drug reactions.
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Lillie's Love Events
The Gauntlet Golf Presents:
Lillie's Love 2nd Annual Memorial Golf Tournament
June 4, 2022
Thank you to everyone who came out to make our March Bingo event a success! Our next Bingo event will be held
March 12, 2022
"I had a great time!! It was great to see some old-time friends!" - Peggy Eddy
"I tried to capture a little of everyone! Some looked at me like I'm completely crazy....they aren't wrong!
- Kristine Rhymer Belsky
"Had a great time, thanks guys!"
- Nancy Hilburn Thomas
"WOW, looks like a fantastic turnout - great job!!" - Paul Reeves
Lillie's Love raises awareness about Myocarditis to both the medical and public community so others do not suffer the pain and anguish of losing a loved one to this disease.
“I love you every day. And now I will miss you every day.”