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Steve was working on a cancer special for Lifetime when he caught a glimpse of Nash and knew he needed to meet her.
He recalled sitting in an editing room with Patty Jenkins when he saw Nash in the opening scenes of the special. I had lost my mom, dad, grandparents that raised me and I was an only child so my first thought was to maybe not send the email; then my heart said, Maybe we could be friends or maybe she could be my shrink.
“Though Kellie and I were only together for one-and-a-half years, it was a lifetime of love packed into every moment,” he wrote. He recently had a mole removed from his face that doctors found was cancerous.
Perry wrote that he fell for psychologist and breast cancer survivor Kellie Nash after seeing her in a cancer TV special and deciding that he simply had to meet her.While Zack Snyder didn't direct this film, with Patty Jenkins taking the helm on this widely beloved superhero movie, he did serve as a producer and received a story credit alongside Geoff Johns and Jason Fuchs, although Allan Heinberg wrote the screenplay.The director's Vero account reveals that the photo was taken by Steven Berkman, who Deborah Snyder mentioned in an interview last year, on how they went about shooting that actual photograph that was first seen in .Public appearances by former Journey frontman Steve Perry are rare, if not virtually nonexistent, and have been that way for some years.Once a face plastered all over T-shirts, concert posters, magazines and music videos, these days it's his voice that provides a lingering presence via such timeless, iconic songs as "Open Arms," "Faithfully" and "Don't Stop Believin'." But as recognizable as that aim-for-the-heavens wail might be, it's also what drove the now 64-year-old singer to leave the music business behind and pursue a quiet, non-public life outside of Los Angeles.