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By Will Fritz
Associate Editor 

Man attempts 100-miles Pacific Crest Trail run in late mother's memory


Last updated 10/15/2019 at 5:44pm

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Nigel Wilson is seen with his son Guillermo Wilson, who came over from Spain to support his father's 100-mile, nonstop Pacific Crest Trail challenge.

A man unsuccessfully attempted a 100-mile trail run from Big Bear to Idyllwild in support of a memorial fundraiser for his late mother, who had lived in Fallbrook for three decades, last week.

The June Lister Memorial Fundraiser supports care teams at UC San Diego Cancer Services and The Elizabeth Hospice, which "were there when June really needed them and do such amazing work for so many people," the fundraiser's GoFundMe page says.

Nigel Wilson, the son of June Lister, who died in April, has been training for the nonstop run for months to encourage contributions to the fundraiser.


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