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Team Connor

Donna Crooks

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I’ve sponsored challengers in past years, and supported them in the predawn hours one year. I’ve witnessed Anna Dey’s enthusiasm and passion for this amazing event, and I’m so excited to take part as a challenger this year!

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Donation Total: $100.00


Catherine Gadomski
Ingrata… thanks for including us on your 24 in 24 challenge! Awesome work!💕
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Beckie Castell
We will have so much fun❤️❤️
Steve Johnson
Have a great run
Anita Horvath
Looking forward to this great event with everyone 🧡
Judith l Weitman
Paula Kowalke
Thanks for letting me know about this cool kid!
Veronica Fetsko
Thank you for including me!
Eric Molesky
Michelle Laughinghouse
Courtney Cantale
Marie Umholtz
Hoping to be there to cheer you on!!
Teresa Sheets
Good luck Donna! Happy to support a great cause!
Richard Jones
Jim and Patty
Linda Elek
Peg Sonday
Bonnie Lingafelter
I know you will have a great time doing this event! Such a great cause as well.
Linda Hickey
Candie Bates
Crystal Shinosky
Nadine Iacano
Go Donna!!
Giovanna Iacobacci
Kenneth Bement
Kristi Szabo
Here's to our first year!
Nikole Scalera
Good luck!
Meg Clark
Go Donna!
Cate Iwaskewycz
Diane Bosley
I know you will bring the same passion and enthusiasm to this experience that you have to other efforts- enjoy
Lois Krawczyk
You got this! And for a great cause!
Patricia Sweeney
Eric McKee
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About Team Connor

Connor Nary was born on November 15, 2012. His mom (Katie) and dad (Mike) were so excited to welcome their first son into the world after a normal pregnancy. Following an hour and a half of pushing, instead of delivering a healthy newborn, baby boy Nary was born limp, gray, and not crying. A code pink (pediatric emergency) was called, and our delivery room turned into chaos of many medical personnel storming in and out. He was emergently intubated and transferred to the NICU due to concerns of aspirating meconium. Mike accompanied the bassinet and medical staff to the NICU, ...