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Walmart shooting victim released from hospital

Blood drives held in her honor

6:16 PM, Oct. 28, 2013
LEFT: Justine Boyd, 47, is charged with shooting and nearly killing her coworker at the Neenah Walmart. RIGHT: Sharon Goffard, 56, survived the shooting and was released Saturday from the hospital where she'd been since the Aug. 14 shooting.
LEFT: Justine Boyd, 47, is charged with shooting and nearly killing her coworker at the Neenah Walmart. RIGHT: Sharon Goffard, 56, survived the shooting and was released Saturday from the hospital where she'd been since the Aug. 14 shooting.
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The woman shot by a Walmart co-worker in August was discharged from the hospital Saturday, and family and friends are hosting two blood drives in her name.

The victim, Sharon Goffard, 56, of Neenah, was released from Theda Clark Medical Center, where she was taken following the Aug. 14 shooting that nearly killed her. Goffard's daughter said she is doing great and will continue physical therapy at the hospital.

Following her discharge, friends hosted a blood drive Monday at the Oakridge Gardens Nursing Center in Menasha. ...

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