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From the RGJ: 'Get Your Affairs in Order. Make a Bucket List.'

12 December, 2017

This is an excerpt from Reno Gazette-Journal published in May 2017. To read the full story, click the link at the end. 

The boy approached Madeline Reese in the hallway at McQueen High School. He was sorry to read her mom’s latest post on Facebook.

“I don’t even know who you are,” thought Madeline, the oldest child of Emily Fay Reese.

But Madeline, 17, her sister Kate, 15, and her brother, Thomas 14, are used to it.

Emily Reese, 43, is battling her third bout of colon cancer.  The latest diagnosis came with the warning that all had been done to fight the disease that first hit her in 2010.

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