Loren Nancarrow Paddle Out Ceremony Pictures and Video at Seaside Reef

December 30th, 2013 – Cardiff by the Sea – The turn out was incredible for the Paddle Out Ceremony for Loren Nancarrow with thousands packing the beach, parking lot, and cliffs. It was a touching ceremony and a magical San Diego evening. Members of the crowd were saying, “Weather provided by Loren Nancarrow.” He was an great representative of the San Diego community to the rest of the country. Loren Nancarrow was a generous human being, loved his family, and always looked for ways to better our community or society. Condolences go out to his wife and children. He was an emmy winning reporter, a successful author, activist, environmentalist, and conservationist. He was a friend and always a fan of my photographic work. When I was robbed in Costa Rica 2 years back and had all my camera gear stolen, Loren immediately reached out to put together a news segment and bring awareness to other future travelers and allow me to tell my story.



Loren Nancarrow Paddle Out Video


Loren Nancarrow was a very special and great human being who touched the lives of thousands of people. The San Diego community gathered at Seaside Reef near sunset to hold a Paddle Out Ceremony in honor of the life of Loren Nancarrow and to bless his spirit as it traveled to the next plane of existence. If you missed the Paddle Out today for Loren Nancarrow here are the photos I shot of the amazing and touching sunset ceremony. Known as the Brain Cancer Warrior, after being diagnosed the true courage of Loren Nancarrow was unleashed as he took the general public through his battle. He set up a website to let his family, friends, and fans know what he was going through. As well as his charity The Loren Nancarrow Healing Garden, on his website

http://thenancarrowproject.com/



Loren Nancarrow Paddle Out Photos


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