From the KFYI Staff: It is our honor to be the radio partner for Patís Run in support of the Pat Tillman Foundation and the Tillman Military Scholars program. When we reflect on Patís life we think Integrity, Leadership, Commitment and quite simply, Unforgettable. We hope that you can join us in celebration of his life Saturday, April 20 at Sun Devil Stadium where we will gather for Patís Run. Patrick Tillman was born on November 6, 1976, in San Jose, California. A talented football player in high school, Pat received a scholarship from Arizona State University to play for the Sun Devils. In 1997, he helped lead the Sun Devils to the Rose Bowl after an undefeated season. He was chosen for the Pac-10 All-Academic Football Team, as well as the NCAAís Post-Graduate Scholarship for academic and athletic excellence. He graduated Summa Cum Laude with a B.S. in Marketing in just three and a half years. The Arizona Cardinals selected Pat in the 7th round of the 1998 NFL Draft. In the aftermath of the attacks on September 11, 2001, Pat proudly put his NFL career on hold to serve his country. He joined the U.S. Army in July of 2002, committing to a three-year enlistment. They were assigned to the second battalion of the 75th Ranger Regiment in Fort Lewis, Washington, serving tours in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003 and in Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom in 2004. Patís family and friends created the Pat Tillman Foundation in 2004, following his death while serving with the 75th Ranger Regiment in Afghanistan. Inspired by his distinguished life and legacy, the Pat Tillman Foundation is building a community of scholars dedicated to improving their own lives, the lives of their families and their country by creating a spirit of service. The Pat Tillman Foundation is a national leader in providing resources and educational support to veterans, active service members and their dependents. The Tillman Military Scholars program aids all veterans and specifically the ever-growing population of veterans and dependents of the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts.