2014 Winners

Third Prize – 2014 Victorious Woman Contest

Carol Ann Hamilton Surviving the Eldercare Marathon On April 17, 2010 my 89-year-old mother passed away. She departed this dimension at home following a protracted series of complex mounting ailments. Hers was a merciful release from a largely tragic lifetime. On August 26, 2012, my 89-year-old father passed away. Following five declining weeks in...

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2nd Prize – 2014 Victorious Woman Contest

Gloria Hoffner From discrimination lawsuit and layoff to business owner and author! January 2, 2007 at 7:15 p.m. is a day, a minute, that changed my life in ways I could never have imagined at that moment. It was a less than 2 minute phone call that ended a 30 plus year career as...

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1st Prize – 2014 Victorious Woman Contest

1st Prize – 2014 Victorious Woman Contest

Madeline Foster Hitting a brick wall changed my life forever There is a moment during every marathon race that a runner is said to succumb some of the most excruciating physical and mental pain. This is commonly referred to as “hitting the brick wall.” When the wall is finally reached, the runner ultimately has...

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