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Point woman moving forward after recession struggles

8:38 PM, Oct. 7, 2013
Sue Ann McAbee of Stevens Point returned to work for Renaissance Learning, writing test questions for books, after her late husband's pension payments tanked during the Great Recession.
Sue Ann McAbee of Stevens Point returned to work for Renaissance Learning, writing test questions for books, after her late husband's pension payments tanked during the Great Recession.
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Editor's note: This is the second in a week-long series of stories about how the Great Recession has changed the lives of Stevens Point-area residents over the past five years.

Sue Ann McAbee admits she has struggled mightily at times over the past five years, but she's determined not to let the effects the Great Recession keep her down.

McAbee was forced to declare bankruptcy when her late husband's pension was devastated by the recession and her payments dropped by $400 a month; at the age of 71, she returned to work writing tests for Renaissance Learning to help pay her bills. Today, her ...

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