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Proud Army Veteran
I am writing this comeback story for my husband. Pascal is a combat Army veteran who served two back to back 1 year tours of duty in 2006-2008. While this seems so long ago he's been on a 10+ year road to healing. Many say that veterans make the ultimate sacrifice and I have witnessed firsthand...
The Fight Worth Fighting
Over two years ago, my father was officially diagnosed with mesothelioma. About a year before that, we knew that something was wrong with him & he had been in and out of the hospital - but the doctors couldn't figure out what the problem was. Not long after my father first started having problems...
I am writing this story on behalf of my younger brother who has shown incredible strength during the last 10 years while dealing with an array of complex medical problems. If there is anyone who truly deserves a "break" it is my brother Brian. The story begins 10 years ago when he was...
A Selfless Sister
I am nominating my sister to receive a Peloton bike. My sister is 14 years older than me and has been one of the lead female roles in my life. She’s always very selflessly taken care of me and countless others. My sister is the kind of person that has helped others in need whether financially,...
A gift to the giver.
My brother has always been a super outgoing guy. A standout athlete in high school, he kept right on going into college. He played rugby there and when he graduated he was always organizing the golf outing or softball team with friends. There are countless stories of him leading the charge on and...
From Refugee to Town Champion
Inez is the most wonderful woman I know – THE END! Born in communist Poland, As a young girl her mother fled the regime with Inez resulting in her spending nearly two years in a refugee camp in Traiskirchen, Austria. This “camp” included bunk style dorm housing, no school for the kids and no...
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