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Archive for June 2017

Trish Siefer

Trish Siefer, walking in memory of her sister-in-law, Wendy Nicholson Bailey (2016.) Trish, Marnie, Sis and Susannah will be walking in honor of our dear sister-in-law, daughter, cousin and best friend, Wendy Nicholson Bailey.    Wendy passed away on August 22, 2016 at the age of 47 after a courageous three and a half year battle…

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Beth Conway

Beth Conway, Walking in celebration of her mother, Mary Conway I walk for my mom, Mary Cassidy Conway – a fighter and survivor.  It’s hard to describe how my mom’s diagnosis changed my family’s life.  I just remember thinking that in the blink of an eye, we were part of this club that no one…

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Holly Raissipour

Holly Raissipour, Survivor since 2010 My name is Holly Raissipour and I am a seven year breast cancer survivor. Being diagnosed at 39 all the way across the country in Seattle, away from all but my immediate family, made me realize just how precious life can be. Not just life, but living life to the fullest.…

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Ann Marotto's Girls: Linda, Karin, Olivia, and Samantha

Linda Jones & Karin Castro and Olivia & Samantha Jones, Walking in memory of their mother and grandmother, respectfully, Ann Wilkie Marotto (1994.)   It was a crisp October weekend in 1986.  We were all home from college for a fun weekend at the Head of the Charles.  That was the first time we heard the…

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Cheryl Cuddy

Cheryl Cuddy, Survivor since 2007 I am a 10 year Breast Cancer Survivor now!! And I am proud to be alive!! It was a hard, long road, but I did it!!!  I had my first mammogram 9/06 and it was the worst news ever after that.  I was told 10/13/06 the devastating news.  I did…

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Melissa Morrison

Melissa Morrison, Survivor since 2015   In February of 2014 my world was turned upside down. On February 21, 2014 to be exact, my daughter’s 8th birthday.   Prior to that day, my days were filled with teaching second grade, running around to various sports and activities with my two children and adjusting to being…

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