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Kate Gorman (2019)

Categories: Mud Volleyball Recipients, Present Recipients
Kate Gorman
Kate is 26 years old and a pediatric nurse from Omaha. She was diagnosed in October 2018 with stage 2, high grade invasive ductal adenocarcinoma of the right breast. She underwent six rounds of chemotherapy and is scheduled to have a bilateral mastectomy with reconstruction. Being a young woman that has not had children yet, …

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Jenae Jindra (2019)

Categories: Mud Volleyball Recipients, Present Recipients
Jenae Jindra
Jenae Jindra is 32 years old and lives with her two children in Clarkson where she was raised. Her son, Chase, is 9 and in third grade and her daughter, Logynn, is 6 and in kindergarten. Jenae is a member of the Clarkson Volunteer Fire Department; she is the treasurer for the department and a …

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Maya Wittmaack (2019)

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Maya Wittmaack
Maya Wittmaack is 29 years old and is from the Omaha area. She was diagnosed with stage 3 Invasive Ductal Carcinoma just two and a half short months after getting married to her husband, Taylor. She found a lump while doing a self exam. Maya is doing eight rounds of chemo ending on April 17. …

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Rosey Lockwood (2018)

Categories: Mud Volleyball Recipients, Present Recipients
Rosey Lockwood, 32, and her husband Shawn have two children: Mason, 5, and Chloe, 4. Friends describe her as a loving, caring, strong passionate person who always cares for others before herself. Shawn has stuck by her side, and pushed her when she wanted to give up during her treatments. Rosey’s life came crashing down …

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Michelle Bulau (2018)

Categories: Mud Volleyball Recipients, Present Recipients
Michelle Bulau, 33, is a wife, mother, nurse, purpose seeking, breast cancer survivor. Michelle lives in O’Neill with her husband of nine years, Luke, their five children Lily (7), Jack (6), Emma (4), Ellie (2), Hatti (2) and their 115 lb St. Bernard, Bernie. Michelle was diagnosed with Stage IIIB metastatic breast cancer in February …

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