A Father’s Dying Wish For His Children

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A local father and a renowned international businessman is coping with the idea he might have to leave his family very soon. Kenneth McHugh has been fighting neuroendocrine pancreatic cancer for the past five years and now is turning to you for help.

The 46-year-old man, husband and father of four sits down with PHL17's Zachery Lashway for an exclusive interview to explain how he is planning a future for his family for when he is not around.

Kenneth has set up a GoFundMe account called "Dad's Dying Wish For His Kids" to assure stability for his children and future opportunities. "Then, one horrible day in April of 2010 our world shattered. I was told I had Pancreas Cancer. I was told to prepare to die; that I had a maximum of two years of life left. The most horrible and emotional thing my wife and I have ever had to do was to tell our children I was dying."

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