Wesley Thornburg, center left, 17, a two-time leukemia survivor, smiles as she holds up a section of Carolina Panthers’ Brenton Bersin’s blond hair, and oncology patient Jeramiah Karriker, center right, 9, holds up a section of Brian Folkerts’ brown hair in the Carolina Panthers locker room. The two players made a hair donation toWigs for Kids on Wednesday.
Wesley Thornburg, center left, 17, a two-time leukemia survivor, smiles as she holds up a section of Carolina Panthers’ Brenton Bersin’s blond hair, and oncology patient Jeramiah Karriker, center right, 9, holds up a section of Brian Folkerts’ brown hair in the Carolina Panthers locker room. The two players made a hair donation toWigs for Kids on Wednesday. David T. Foster, III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com
Wesley Thornburg, center left, 17, a two-time leukemia survivor, smiles as she holds up a section of Carolina Panthers’ Brenton Bersin’s blond hair, and oncology patient Jeramiah Karriker, center right, 9, holds up a section of Brian Folkerts’ brown hair in the Carolina Panthers locker room. The two players made a hair donation toWigs for Kids on Wednesday. David T. Foster, III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com

Panthers players donate hair to Wigs for Kids

February 25, 2015 6:14 PM

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