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my girl!! Megan Klemm Niggemann Mine is my father. Worked and studied his ass off to become an accountant in a family of carpenters and plumbers, became the boss of his office ealrly on (I’d already arrived), he worked his ass off, made partner and raised us 3 with mom, was the treasurer of the local Lions club, on the church finance council, and apart of a few other groups and clubs. When he was diagnosed with a brain tumor he was a rock for everyone else and lived 23 months after they discovered the stage 4 aggressive cancer in his brain. Only 4 months shy of meeting his first grandchild my daughter. He took everything in stride and tried to take care of all of us until his last day and after…he may have been a busy man, but he taught us a lot. Jennifer Garibay My hero in my life is my boyfriend. He has helped me turn my life around. He is my knight in shining armor. Karen Karen My son is my hero for saving my life and letting me know that I am an alcoholic. Because of him I saw the pain I was causing him and my family,as well as myself, and now I am 6-1/2 years sober. Tami McKay My hero is my sister. She teaches Special Ed at one of the middle schools and she works tirelessly to make a difference in the life of her students! She’s the greatest!
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