(Orange, Texas)


October 16, 2013

Slideshow: Breast cancer victims, survivors honored


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Liz Fontenot


We would like to express our love and admiration to our mom & grandma Liz Fontenot, a breast cancer survivor from Groves. You are a shining star to your four daughters and two grand daughters and to everyone who knows you!

Love, Elisha, Brandy , Alley, Ashly, Chelsey & Annie!


Suzi Rose


We would like to honor Suzi Rose, a breast cancer survivor from Nederland, TX. We are so proud of the courage and determination that she has shown in her fight against cancer. She is an inspiration to us all! We love you!

Greg, Weena, Eric, and Amber Rose


Cindy Domingue

Port Neches

Triple Negative Breast Cancer Survivor

I admire my wife for her strength during her battle with breast cancer in 2010. As tough as this ordeal proved to be and with all she endured, she made a point to stay busy and keep pace. She's doing great now & continues to be the #1 Crew Chef for our race team. Go Cindy!!!

With Love, Buddy


Peggy Roberts


This is Peggy, her 4 sons Eddie, Kurt, Kyle and Timmy and her grand daughter, Reese. Peggy has been cencer free for 5 years! This photo was taken on Mother's Day around the time after she was diagnosed. She is doing wonderful, we love her and appreciate her!

48 (no photo. I asked them if they wanted to submit one)

Lynell DeCuir


She is a breast cancer survivor. The cancer has never touched her inner and outer beauty. She's been in remission for over 11 years. We are all so proud of her and love her very much.

The DeCuir and Morvant Families


Betty Sheffield

Port Neches

Three times breast cancer survivor

Betty Sheffield, 77, was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1990 and had a lumpectomy and six weeks of radiation.

In June 2010, 20 years later, the cancer came back and she took 6 months of chemotherapy.

In 2012, the breast cancer had metastasized and spread to both lungs, abdomen and lymph nodes, stage 4 cancer. Took 10 months of chemo.

On May 10, 2013 she was declared “cancer free” and is back bowling and working as a volunteer at the Medical Center of Southeast Texas.

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