Chapter 18: You Can Do This Having lost her husband to cancer, breast cancer survivor Stacie Sisk-Overman continues to inspire others by sharing her story and through her work at the American Cancer Society.


  • nancy September 30, 2011 12:34 AM

    The pwer in numbers is amazing.

  • Cinderella October 21, 2011 11:41 PM

    You Sir/Madam are the enemy of confusion evreywhree!

  • Marissa April 14, 2012 3:59 AM

    This is a perfect description of everything that has happened. And thanks Mom for presenting it. This a major inspiration for everybody.

    Love You,OXOXO

  • Steve May 22, 2012 9:00 PM

    I had the privilege to know Hank since 1975.  Small towns always seem to produce rare people that you are fortunate to share a part of your life with.  We all played sports, Dungeons & Dragons, and spent time at each others homes.  Gil & Nora always treated us all like their own kids.
    I always thought Hank would be an actor.  He was gifted as an artist.  Very talented; but he always reminded me of Michael Landon who is one of the greatest people to grace this planet.  Like Landon, Hank had that rugged, handsome look and that kinda squint in his eyes.  He would have been a great western star. 
    Always a great sense of humor, as many of us from Igo had, he was very positive and competitive.  It has saddened me to hear of his passing long after others, and I would like to have been there for him in his final days because those years that Hank, Mike, Rick, Phil, Charles, etc. and I spent in that small school in those elementary years were some of the finest days of my life. 
    Though his time was short with us, I have to believe through my religion, God needed him more than we did.  A virtuous person and lifelong friend describes my thoughts of Hank, and even though his time was shortened with us,  I thank God for the gift.

  • Stacie October 30, 2012 10:17 PM

    Ahh Marissa!!!  So glad you liked it!  I love you too!!!!


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