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Steve's Story

When the Skagit Valley community is in trouble, Steven Wade is there to help. Wade has served as a Skagit County Sheriff’s Deputy in Mount Vernon for the past 12 years. In 2011, after developing a malignant melanoma facial tumor, he became the one who needed the support of his community. Even...

Darcy's Story

At age 72, Darcy Wells of La Conner had a triple negative breast cancer diagnosis and a decision to make. This form of cancer could be aggressive, fast growing and difficult to treat. Time was of the essence.

Cheri's Story

On her days off, Cheri Wickstrom of Camano Island likes to spend time with her grandson or any of her 11 grandchildren. Making room for the important things in life is something she never takes for granted.

Michelle's Story

Michelle DeKok has always enjoyed watching the sun set. Since she entered the chapter of her life called remission, Michelle looks back on her original diagnosis of Hodgkin’s Lymphoma as a reminder to cherish all the moments in her life.

Brenda's Story

Every morning, Brenda awoke to her pup Emmy, tail wagging, at the door for the day’s adventure. It didn’t happen. Emmy’s furry excitement was losing the battle to the pain Brenda was feeling in her hip.

Mardi's Story

“It doesn’t matter how good you are, or how bad you are, or how smart you are, or how rich you are, none of that matters. Cancer doesn’t care,” said Mardi Mclaskey of Concrete.