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Team Connor

Julie Sheehy

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WHY I'M RUNNING

There is no place I’d rather be than with these ten wish kiddos. My heart and soul is poured into this event and I love every minute of the 24 hours!

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Maureen Pengov
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My inspiring, generous, badass, hardworking, caring, funny, so-glad-we're-friends, cantwaittorunwithyouagain, beautiful friend!
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And so, we run
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May the wind be always at your back. May the sun shine warm upon your face; the rains fall soft upon your fields and until we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of His hand.
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Go Julie and Team Conner
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Enjoy running!
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🎉Happy Birthday!
lauren potts
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Nice meeting you at the hofbra 5k! good luck with the run! happy to donate to this great cause!
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Lee Neutzling
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Good luck
Veronica Croucher
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Beyond proud of you! All of us here in TX are supporting you! Miss and love you so much 💙
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Julie, you girl go! You amaze me!! ☘️☘️☘️
Dolores Kern
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Team Connor !!!
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Thank You C & J!
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I LOVE YOU AND SO PROUD OF YOU! 8 years strong!!
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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, ...