Geoff Shudtz was diagnosed with stage IV Pancreatic Cancer in December of 2017. He was 35, and his son, Emerson Louis Shudtz, was just three weeks old. Instead of crumbling under the weight of a devastating diagnosis, Geoff chose to hold his head high, fight strong, and stay positive. After his diagnosis, Geoff started his own real estate development company that put his physical mark across Richmond. No matter what, he never let Cancer win. He looked it straight in the eyes and stayed positive. During his treatment, Geoff created a mantra that inspired him to continue growing as a person and others to help him. It was simple: “F-Cancer, Stay Positive”
The FCSP Foundation was created to raise funds to find the cure for Pancreatic Cancer and connect Cancer patients with the support they need to continue their lives. Together, we will spread Geoff’s legacy. We will win. FCSP!