Ed Troha

In 2017, and very unexpectedly, I became a survivor.  I never thought cancer would affect me directly, but it did, and I’ve now come to appreciate how precious good health is.

And, I concluded that being in good health again wasn’t enough. I was motivated to do more, and so became involved as a volunteer for BSNCF. Here I’ve been fortunate to work in a wide variety of functions, from helping to create smile kits to advising the executive director on communication strategy and implementation.

We all have limited time; we should choose to do good things with as much of it as possible.

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