Cruise Organized by Proton Alum

Next April, proton alumni are setting sail aboard a cruise liner in the Mediterranean, and you’re invited. Organized by Rose and George Rollins (alum 2018), it is meant as an informal reunion for proton alumni. According to the Rollinses, it’s a chance to celebrate successful treatment, relax and share how the UF Health Proton Therapy Institute has impacted proton graduates’ lives post treatment.

“This cruise is a personal endeavor by three couples who bonded in treatment at the Proton Center and who want to continue that relationship,” said the Rollinses. “We also want to include other graduates who might be interested in this celebration cruise.”

The ship is Holland America’s Koningsdam, christened in 2016. Originating in Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy, the nine-day, six-port Mediterranean cruise will visit Croatia, Greece and Italy.

The Rollinses are retired airline employees and have contacted Holland America’s Group Administration Department directly to set up the proton alumni group.

For more information, contact George and Rose Rollins at 678-907-9339 or


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