Emily Edwards was a vibrant, healthy 67 year old mother, nana, sister, aunt and wife who enjoyed life. Everyone who met her not only loved her, they enjoyed her too. Her smile lit up any room. She loved to travel with friends, bowl in her weekly league and visit with her coffee club. She was funny, kind, caring and thoughtful. Her favorite thing in life was being a Nana to her four beautiful grandchildren and a mother to her three daughters.


​Members of S.O.S have been involved in meetings with Massachusetts Health Commissioner, attended National Sepsis Forum in New York City and we had the opportunity to sit with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services in Baltimore Maryland, we also got to meet with the Governor's office.

​  We are working with the Family Council of Rory Staunton Foundation to make sepsis protocol a priotiy in our hospitals.

We are out fundraising and raising awareness of sepsis in our community.

What we do.

Why s.o.s was created

Our sponsors for 2016 because of these great companies we were able to hold our 1st annual 5k road race.  

   We also got donations from :

Owen and Ollies of Dracut Ma

Boston Bruins

Tyngsboro Sport Center

Brown and Budnicks of Dracut MA

Market Basket

​Boston Red Sox