November 2021 Newsletter

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Where Are They Now

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Now is the right time for retirement, Posey said, because he wants to spend more time with his family and be able to participate in their activities year round.

“The reason I’m retiring is I want to be able to do more stuff from February to November with my family,” Posey said. “Physically, it’s much harder now, and to be honest, it’s hard to enjoy it as much when there’s physical pain that you’re dealing with on a daily basis.”

Posey and his wife, Kristen, have 10-year-old twins and, in 2020, adopted twin girls. In 2016, the Poseys founded BP28 to raise money for pediatric cancer research and treatment. As part of their philanthropic efforts, the Poseys have raised more than $5.5 million and established the Posey Family Pediatric Oncology Grants and The Posey Family Fellowship in Pediatric Oncology at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital, according to the organization’s website.

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