We as a family have had support over the years for my cancer; our granddaughter at 13 who had cancer and is a survivor.
The many cards, concerns and prayers have never been forgotten.
Miracles do happen every day, minute by minute.
Sharing good news reminds us. We can make a difference and to remember “we never walk alone.”
Elizabeth missed all 4 1/2 years of her 8th grade and high school with more surgeries due to ovarian cancer.
Chemo, hair loss,endless hospital days, tests, doctors.
Nurses and home-bound teacher cheering her on daily.
Elizabeth set her goals and dreams to “fight to live.”
From her hospital bed she raised funds to buy wigs for other children. Nurses went to see her smile that could melt the snow and be cheered.
Elizabeth accomplished high school and four years of college graduations. The side effects she accepts.
She is now taking classes toward her masters degree; working and saving lives with her emergency medical technician experience in the emergency room at University of Michigan Hospital in Ann Arbor, Mich.
Doing her community service with children is a highlight!
We not only believe in miracles, we depended on them. Believe!
To each of you we send hope, joy and courage from our hearts to you as daily concerns for others are all around us.
Our thank you for being our cheerleaders.
Jerry and Shirley Guest
and granddaughter Elizabeth and family