October 29, 2014
If Bill Miller could have just one wish, it would be to have his wife back. It’s a wish many who have lost a loved one would probably make, but it’s also likely to be the wish of those who have a loved one living with Alzheimer’s.
For Bill, that person is his wife Beverly, one of over five million Americans living with the degenerative brain disease, and experts predict that number will skyrocket to 16 million by 2050.
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"Thank you Food Pantry people and donors. My family and I have been trying to keep food on our table. Thank you for not letting our tummies go hungry. God bless you." They are the words of a letter received in the mail by Cache Community Food Pantry Director Matthew Whitaker. Reading it ranks among his most memorable life experiences.Read This Article
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