“My pinky promise renews my support that started over 10 years ago.”

Randy Cousins remembers his mother’s stories about St. Joe’s. “She was being treated for lung cancer and would tell me about her time looking out the window at the lake or reading while having chemotherapy,” he says. “It was never an ordeal for her. I think it was the care of the staff that made a difference.”

The cancer eventually won, says Randy, but he was always impressed with her care – especially when she was in palliative care. The same is true for his father who had Alzheimer’s disease and spent many hours at St. Joe’s Emergency for various issues. “The care has always been great and that’s why I’ve been a long-time donor to St. Joe’s.”

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