Tag Archives: Gregory Sanborn

Fryeburg community rallies behind game warden

In past blogs I’ve told you a bit about Maj. Gregory Sanborn, the deputy chief of the Maine Warden Service, and his ongoing battle with cutaneous T-cell lymphoma. Simply put: If Sanborn doesn’t receive a stem cell transplant, he will die. Since April, many have pitched in on Sanborn’s behalf, organizing stem cell donor drives […]

2 stem cell screenings set in coming weeks

Last week I told you about the stem-cell screening that took place in Orono, in hopes of finding a match for Gregory Sanborn, the deputy chief of the Maine Warden Service, who has cutaneous T-cell lymphoma. This week I learned that the effort is joining momentum, as two more screening sessions are being held in […]

Wardens join stem cell drive to aid one of their own, others

Maine’s game wardens have a history of jumping into action when one of their own needs help. On Wednesday, they’ll do just that for a colleague who is facing a battle with cancer. According to staffers at the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, about 50 wardens will head to the University of Maine […]