Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance Sky Dive

This August, Contract Manager Cheryl Davey and Loren Tutty are taking a brave leap by doing a 10,000ft sky dive in memory of Stephen Tutty and Betsy Rose.

On 26th December 2019, Stephen Tutty passed away at home after fighting Cancer. That Boxing Day, the Hampshire & Isle of Wight Air Ambulance was called to assist him, and Mark and Loren were blown away by their speed, professionalism, and care.

In honour of Stephen, the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance is our Charity of the Year. Loren and Cheryl’s sky dive on 6th August aims to raise money and awareness for this incredible cause.

Leanda’s story: In 2015, we found our we were expecting Betsy and we were over the moon. My pregnancy was normal, my scans were perfect and she was growing nicely. Then in February of 2016, I started bleeding. We rushed to the hospital to discover that I had started to dilate and was told labor was imminent. I was airlifted from the Isle of Wight to Southampton to give our baby the best chance. Betsy was born at just 25 weeks, she was tiny, but my goodness was she perfect! She left us at 7 weeks, and it was the most devastating thing to ever happen to us. Although she wasn’t with us for long, we are so grateful for the time we did get with her. We got to make some beautiful memories with her that we will treasure forever.

Leanda – Betsy’s Mum

If you’d like to support Loren and donate, please follow this link: https://www.justgiving.com/page/loren-tutty-1714686959332

If you’d like to support Cheryl and donate, please follow this link:

Let’s come together to support Cheryl and Loren and honour Betsy and Stephen’s memory.