Sue and Barry Brucker were given the Beth Goldsmith Conquer Cancer Now Heroes Award. Barry is the former mayor of Beverly Hills. He’s known for creating the first Outdoor Smoke-Free Dining Ordinance. Barry is a community leader who inspires others to join in humanitarian and civic efforts. Sue Brucker is a community activist, artist and philanthropist. Sue serves on the board at the Concern Foundation. She has led many organizations in Beverly Hills including the PTA and her synagogue. Barry and Sue Brucker were recognized as Humanitarians of the Year by the Amie Karen Cancer Fund for their work in a search for cure for cancer. The award commemorated their longtime friend and former executive director of Concern, Beth Goldsmith, who passed away last November from cancer. Since 2011, the Brucker family has donated $2.7 million to the foundation.