Cancer screenings save lives. That’s the message that Aleka and David Scott want others to know after David’s own journey with prostate cancer — which remains the most common non-skin cancer in men and is second only to lung cancer in mortality. After meeting in Portland, Oregon, the Scotts maintained a commuter marriage for 17 … Continued
JoDee Johnson was not accustomed to asking for help. But after being diagnosed with breast cancer, she learned that everyone needs a support system, regardless of their strength. Following an extraordinary career as an Intelligence Officer in the Air Force and later an Operations Manager for BP in Alaska, JoDee recently retired. She and her … Continued
After living in the Vail Valley for almost 30 years, helping the community has become a priority for the couple, so creating an endowment was an easy choice for them.
Former Los Angeles prosecutor Susan Catalano has been a trailblazer throughout her professional career ever since graduating from Oregon State University. She studied Electrical Engineering and Business Administration, where she was the only and one of two women in her field. In 1977, Susan decided to pursue law school, which she is extremely passionate about. … Continued
“We have pictures of us all in our bee outfits, black and pink stripes, and flowers in our helmets and wings,” remembers Nancy Peller. “Even Rick had wings on his back. Such a wonderful, fun day.” Nancy, the surviving wife of Rick Peller, recalls her family’s involvement in Pink Vail after her husband was diagnosed … Continued