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CHRIS WRUCK BENEFIT 5/19

Chris Wruck, who lives in and serves as a Dispatcher in Merillian has had IgA nephropathy (also known as Berger’s disease, is a kidney disease that occurs when an antibody called immunoglobulin A (IgA) lodges in your kidneys) since he was a child and is in need of a kidney transplant (as of 4/19/18 he’s…

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RYKAL WASSON BENEFIT

Rykal was diagnosed with pneumonia on Dec 10th 2017 and transported to Madison Children’s Hospital on Dec. 13th with Pneumococcal HUS. HUS is a rare disease that killed his healthy red blood cells and put him into complete kidney failure. From Dec.17th to Dec.28th Rykal was on dialysis 24 hour a day. Rykal was then…

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TAMMIE HANSON BENEFIT

Last summer, Tammie Hanson was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia, since then Tammie has gone through countless hours of treatments, days of travel back and forth to Madison and recieved a bone marrow transplant at which time she went into remission. In February after another check up Tammie was told she would need to do…

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PAM HEGENBART BENEFIT

Pam Hegenbart was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer in early September of last year and not long after underwent a bi-lateral mastectomy, after which there were complications adding 3 surgeries in 5 weeks. After that she went through chemotherapy and radiation treatments which will be followed up with 10 years of hormone replacement therapy.…

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JERRY STOECKLY BENEFIT

Jerry Stoeckly was diagnosed with stage 4 squamous cell carcinoma after multiple treatments of extensive radiation, chemotherapy, and surgery he was diagnosed with terminal cancer March 16th. He has a very short time left and is leaving behind 2 beautiful girls as well as his beloved family and friends. Please join us for live music…

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ANDREW PREW BENEFIT 4/14

In December 2017, Andrew was diagnosed with an aggressive type of Non-Hodgkin’sLymphoma. This diagnosis requires a one week hospital stay every three weeks for inpatientChemotherapy Treatments with daily injections the following two weeks. He will undergo sixthree week sessions before treatments are complete. Radiation treatments may follow if theend results are not as expected. Due…

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JIM LEFEVRE BENEFIT

In June of 2017 Jim LeFevre was diagnosed with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. CLL is a blood and bone marrow cancer. In the fall of 2017 he had some complications with Chemotherapy, causing treatments to stop. He still is waiting for approval to resume chemo. Jim is a wonderful husband and father; loved by all who meet him.…

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ALISA BRAHM BENEFIT

On Friday 8/4/17, just 3 months after her second child was born, Alisa Brahm suffered a massive stroke, after several days in ICU and stroke recovery unit, Alisa remains in the rehab unit at Mayo in Rochester where she works with physical, occupational, and speech therapists every day. Since she is unable to work or…

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RENEE LUND BENEFIT

Renee Lund was diagnosed with stage III lung cancer in 2015. After 18 months of aggressive treatment she was classified as No Evidence of Disease (NED). In October 2017, she was diagnosed with an aggressive recurrence of cancer, this time with limited treatment options. This diagnosis has greatly affected her family both emotionally and financially.…

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LANE CADE BENEFIT

This past summer, Lane Cade, a Westby 7th grader was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, he is currently undergoing treatment at a local hospital. Due to the vast medical expenses a benefit has been set up for Cade and his family at the Eagles Club in Viroqua on 11/5 from 12p-5p with a live auction…

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