A Northam woman who helped raise more than £1.5million for cancer sufferers in North Devon will be remembered by a treatment room named in her honour.Jennifer Bonetta, who died aged 78 in July 2011, founded the North Devon Cancer Care Centre Trust in 1994 following the death from cancer of her husband, Tom. Alongside her son James and a devoted committee of volunteers, the charity has contributed £700,000 to the Chemotherapy Appeal. It gave the appeal a much needed first boost with a £250,000 donation at its inception in 2011, followed by a further £100,000 in 2012. In 2013 the NDCCCT donated the total of its takings from its Westward Ho! charity shop and on Thursday it donated a final £300,000, bringing it across the £2.2m finish line. James told the Gazette: When my mother started NDCCCT more than 20 years ago, our first fundraising project was for the first chemotherapy unit at the hospital. We have had such generous support from the people of North Devon over the 20 years that we have been raising funds for the chemo units. The main treatment room has been named the Jennifer Bonetta Treatment Room. We are very grateful to the trust for this wonderful gesture, said James.