Shawnee firefighters, in support of their fellow firefighter's son who is battling cancer, are shaving their heads for 1-year-old Marshal Moreno.

Shawnee firefighters, in support of their fellow firefighter's son who is battling cancer, are shaving their heads for 1-year-old Marshal Moreno.

So far, crews on the Red and Green shifts have gone bald for the cause, with photos depicting the transformation on the department's Facebook page, touting #teammarshal and #lovemakesyourhairfalloff.

Marshal, the son of Shawnee firefighter Mykel Moreno, has been diagnosed with stage three liver cancer.

On Saturday, the Shawnee Fire Foundation, Local 206, and countless volunteers from various organizations joined forces to hold a car was for the family, with more than $7,200 raised. Raffle tickets are still being sold for a drawing in April and a bank fund has also been set up for the family at Arvest.

Marshal is currently at OU Children’s Hospital, but there is a possibility of him being transferred out of state to receive more treatment.

Mykel Moreno has been with the Shawnee Fire Department for six months.

In addition to Arvest, there is also a GoFundMe page at:

https://www.gofundme.com/marshals-medical-fund