Hope in the Unseen

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A small community celebrates life and hope. Last October, Tab Stortzum was diagnosed with Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer. Doctors told him it was in-operable. But, he decided he wasn't going to take that as a death sentence. Shortly afterwards, he made the decision to start using an alternative treatment which includes a special diet... And taking supplements to boost his immune system. Today, friends and family held a benefit, to honor his bravery.

"He's doing great, said his wife." "It's been 4 months. He's happy. He's here today. We're having a wonderful time, celebrating him and his life."

All proceeds go to Tab's medical expenses. If you would like to donate. There is a fund set up at Town and Country Bank in MT. Zion called Team Stortzum.

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