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Recognize your champions, and say thanks (column)

6:50 PM, Sep. 23, 2013
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We all need champions in our lives. A champion, by definition for this article, is that one person who is there through thick and thin, celebration and tragedy, love and loss.

When you think about your own champion, the usual suspects tend to be family. Certainly both my father and mother have been devoted champions for me. But we usually have someone who isn't family, most likely a truly amazing friend or mentor who's also a champion. My best friend and champion is living with cancer.

I remember it very well - Pearl Harbor Day, Dec. 7. I'm not sure why, but lots of things in my life have circled around ...

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