Life is not the same for Deana Paprocki since she lost her 28-year-old daughter, Tessa, last year to breast cancer. But part of the grieving mother’s healing process is to let other women suffering from the disease know they aren’t alone.
Paprocki and her surviving daughter, Amy Bartleson, are organizing a bowling benefit in Tessa’s memory that will raise money for cancer research and help provide mammograms to uninsured women.
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