Featured Pink Woman: Michelle Anderson

Featured Pink Woman: Michelle Anderson

“Cancer makes you feel like your entire life has been out of control.” Name: Michelle AndersonAge: 42Job: Registered Nurse at The Brook Hospital – DupontDiagnosis: Stage 2 breast cancer due to four lymph nodes removedHow She Found Out: First...
Featured Pink Woman: Deena Kleehamer

Featured Pink Woman: Deena Kleehamer

“People gripe about their birthdays, but each one is a gift from God, and I am so happy to be here to celebrate another year.” Name: Deena KleehamerAge: 68Job: Takes care of granddaughters and granddogsDiagnosis: Stage 1 mastectomy at age 38. “Got a trick...
Featured Pink Woman: Sarah Leffler

Featured Pink Woman: Sarah Leffler

“A verse of scripture that helped me: ‘Whatever state I am in I have learned to be content.'” Name: Sarah LefflerAge: 80Job: RetiredDiagnosis: Stage one cancer deep within the breast, June 2004Advice You Would Give To Newly Diagnosed Women: I advise...
Featured Pink Woman: Vicki Fleitz

Featured Pink Woman: Vicki Fleitz

“Cancer isn’t a death sentence.”Name: Vicki FleitzAge: 54Job: Certified Pharmacy Technician at La Grange KrogerDiagnosis: Stage 2 / Stage 3 invasive ductal carcinoma, March 2013How She Found Out: I did a self-exam, felt the lump where I was then sent for a...
Featured Pink Woman: Kimberly Zink

Featured Pink Woman: Kimberly Zink

“Before I would get stressed over the smallest things and now realize it is not worth it. Just take it for what it is and move on.”Name: Kimberly ZinkAge: 44Job: UPS Administrative where I move aircraft parts logistically and coach middle school girls...
Featured Pink Woman: Judie G. Sherman

Featured Pink Woman: Judie G. Sherman

Judie G. Sherman, 83, gained a new appreciation for life after her stage three breast cancer diagnosis in 1975. After having 25 radiation treatments, a radical mastectomy, and prophylactic surgery, Judie didn’t lose her vivacious spirit.  “I learned to be grateful...