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The Foundation held a Share Your Story campaign in January 2012 to win four Allegiant Air vouchers. The lucky winner was Cheryl LeMieux who is planning a trip to Vegas with her co-workers. We thank the following individuals for submitting their heartfelt stories.

"When I was 16 yrs old a High School classmate told me of a job opportunity at SEH. The job sounded wonderful. I applied for the position and a short time later started my career at SEH. It is hard to believe, that 33 years have passed and I am still a a dedicated SEH employee working for a wonderful organization. Sometimes I wonder where my career would have taken me if my classmate had not mentioned the SEH job to me. Being many years later I am so happy I followed her lead. I could not be happier!" ~ Patricia Nackers

"My name is Lori, I am an employee at STE and back in September of 2010 I had fallen in the parking lot at the mall after work and had fractured my lower humerus and elbow and was taken to the ER at STE. I had received excellent care. Dr. Ansari was called in and answered all my questions and I ended up having to have surgery in the evening the same day I was treated with dignity and respect from beginning to end including my follow up with Dr. Ansari and my rehab at the College Ave location." ~
Lori Krohn

"I was diagnosed with Neuroendocrine cancer in August of 2010. My journey began with Dr. Janu, Lisa Schabach APNP and a referral to Dr. Goggins. In one week I had an ultrasound, CT here at CMC. A tumor biopsy, PET Scan, bone marrow at St. E's. EGD, colonoscopy and port placement back at CMC. Then off to UW-Madison for a debulking surgery. I am one year out cancer free so far and I thank God every day for CMC, St.E's and AMG for the phenomenal care and support I received. I am alive today because you." ~ Peggy Nolan

"My husband had a seizure at work. Upon admission to the ER they did a Head CT. That showed a mass in his brain. The next day he had brain MRI, chest/abd/pelvis CT. That showed an esophageal mass. He had a biopsy that confirmed esophageal CA. Everyone did what they could to get us in to see and do what was needed ASAP.They were awesome. With in the week he had brain surgery to remove the met lesion. The ICU staff was awesome. The surgery went well and he has no ill effects. He continues treatment for CA." ~ Melissa Pflum

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