Brad Moser is a CPA/Partner with Gilliam Coble & Moser, L.L.P. He is married to his wonderful wife, Mel, and they have been blessed with three children.
Brad knows the impact of breast cancer personally as he lost his sister to this terrible disease in December of 2008.  He will be dancing in memory of his sister, Jami Lewellyn Moser Hinson, and in honor of Jami’s immediate family. Brad is also dancing in honor of a co-worker that is currently in treatment and in support of her family.

Why is this important to you? Though it will become embarrassingly obvious that I have little to no dance skills, I could not say no to assisting in some small way to this cause that I’m sure has provided and will continue to provide lasting memories to any family that is afforded the opportunity to participate in a family vacation provided by LPHOH.
My greatest family memory of my sister Jami during her last summer with us was at the beach with our entire family over Easter weekend. Not knowing at the time it would be our last family event all together, the Easter Sunrise service on the beach still brings fond memories of that time together.


Lesleigh Caulder is a Dance Teacher with Burlington Dance Center in Mebane, NC.

Why is this important to you? I lost my grandmother to breast cancer and I have known many other women who have been affected by this illness. These retreats offer so much to these women and their families, and it is important to me that LPHOH continues to grow and help serve as many women as possible! I am competing with the hope that I will spread awareness about this organization to people who will support LPHOH and future retreats!