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Custodian fights childhood cancer, mile by mile


Chris FreyGreat Cycle Challenge USAA third-shift custodian at Penn College is taking part in the Great Cycle Challenge USA during June, biking and running throughout the month to raise money for – and awareness of – pediatric cancer. General Services employee Chris S. Frey is logging miles on behalf of Declan Bower, his cousins’ 6-year-old son, who was diagnosed several years ago with leukemia. Declan’s parents are Penn College employees, as well: Kristy L. is a nursing office assistant and Joshua A. is director of the physician assistant program. Those wishing to donate can access Frey’s “Team Declan” sponsor page.

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Kristy L. Bower,

Thank you, Chris, for your continued support for Declan! Any amount helps in the fight against childhood cancer!

Cathy Lee,

Great job, Chris. I am also riding in GCC for the kids. My son is starting at Penn College in August. You’re a great role model. Keep riding.

Dan Schwanger,

I’m riding too, Chris! Great job! I hope you meet your goals! Let’s Kick Cancer’s Butt!

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