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Morgan Boeka (2017)

Categories: Mud Volleyball Recipients, Present Recipients
Morgan Boeka
Morgan Boeka’s story is exactly why we chose our mission for women 40 and under. Morgan is only 23 years old and is battling Stage 2 breast cancer. Morgan, who lives in Gretna, NE, has had to put her life on hold to fight this disease. Due to her treatments finishing her degree and working …

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Alison Rash (2017)

Categories: Mud Volleyball Recipients, Past Recipients
Alison Rash
Alison Rash, 37, grew up in Grant, NE and lived in Los Angeles, CA for 17 years before moving back to Lincoln, NE two years ago. She and her husband, Bryan, have a 6 year-old son named Flynn and a 4 year-old daughter named Zuzu. She was first diagnosed with Stage 3A breast cancer in …

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Kristina Cepel (2017)

Categories: Mud Volleyball Recipients, Past Recipients
Kristina Cepel
Kristina Cepel, 37, calls Holdrege, NE home, where she lives with her husband, Eric, and three beautiful kids, Hailey (9), Zander (8) and Austin (5). Kristina was diagnosed with Stage 4 breast cancer. Kristina works for Becton Dickinson, but currently is unable to work due to treatments. Kristina loves to spend time with her family. …

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Amanda Slunecka (2017)

Categories: Mud Volleyball Recipients, Past Recipients

Amanda Slunecka, 34, is incredibly close with and proud of her family including her husband, Matt, and two sons. She was diagnosed with Stage 2B Grade 3 in November 2016. She started Chemotherapy in December 2016, had a double mastectomy in April 2017, and recently began radiation therapy along Herceptin therapy for continued maintenance and control. Amanda revels …

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LaToyia Robinson (2016)

Categories: Mud Volleyball Recipients, Present Recipients
LaToyia-Robinson
LaToyia Robinson is from Omaha, Nebraska. She is 31 years old and was diagnosed with Stage 4 Breast Cancer. She was originally diagnosed in 2008 but it came back in 2015 with lung mets. She has had many surgeries and is receiving chemotherapy treatments every three weeks right now. That treatment will be ongoing for …

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