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by Joe Flores – Become the Change After a productive day in the Loop, I was walking home from the train on Monday. It was a gorgeous day, one of those days that makes you forget that you live in the Midwest for a minute. It was borrowed from Southern California and transplanted some 2,000 […]
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24 07

A Rock Star

by Erin Skelly – We Will Win Please enjoy Erin Skelly’s speech from the 2017 Becky’s Warriors Golf Outing. We were honored to hear her words…
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by Eric Flaherty – What You Really Need I was honored to be the guest speaker at the 2016 Becky’s Warriors Golf Outing and Dinner Fundraiser.  I am now a member of the Golf Outing Committee for this year’s event and excited to help the organization raise funds for others like me and my family.  I’d […]
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11 07

212°

by Joe Flores – All it takes is 1°… In August of 2006, I was working my way through a branch office of a brokerage firm in Boca Raton, Florida. I remember the day very vividly; it was a hot, humid afternoon around 2pm and in typical South Florida fashion, the sun was shining, but […]
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by Tammie Harmon – Terri Clark said, “When someone has cancer, the whole family and everyone who loves them does, too.”    I felt compelled to join Becky’s Warriors to make a difference in the lives of families affected by cancer.
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by Missy Day – Losing a loved one to cancer is devastating. I did not know Becky in high school. I graduated in 1994 with her sister, Amy, but did not know her well. You may be wondering why I would agree to help a family I didn’t know until I first helped with the […]
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by Joe Flores – I really wanted to get involved with Becky’s Warriors because of my grandparents, Joe and Marilyn Quill. They were the best grandparents that anybody could ask for and I am truly blessed for having them play such an important part of my life.
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by Amy Eaton Seymour – For me personally, “Becky’s Warriors” are the wonderful people who supported Becky during her oncology battle. Her family, friends and coworkers were so generous with their love, time and treasures.
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by Tracy Patrizi VanderLuitgaren, 1994 graduate – When I was in high school, a dear friend and Marian Catholic Community student was diagnosed with liver cancer. At such a young age, it was very hard to comprehend why someone so young could be faced with such a terrible disease.
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