Cary Alburn

One Pilot Way too Young to Come Down Cary Alburn, EAA member and participant at the 2012 Oshkosh AirVenture, has been flying the same plane for over 50 years. One of fifty-eight built between 1962 and 1963, this little plane, like Cary, has a lot of tenacity and doesn’t plan on turning in anytime soon.…
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Frank Pavlovcic

It’s Never Too Late to Get Your Wings Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) member, Frank Pavlovcic, fulfilled a lifelong dream of building his own airplane and flying to the EAA annual fly-in AirVenture. To be sure, this is no easy feat; the event, held in Oshkosh, WI, is the largest general aviation fly-in in the world.…
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Chuck Aaron

Life Upside Down Chuck Aaron revolutionized aviation when he teamed with Red Bull to craft a powerful and light-weight helicopter for aero acrobatics. Aaron loves the “thrill chills” he gets while maneuvering and flipping through the sky in his unique copter and is one of few men in the world that can do it. A…
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Bob Rensink

Battling Four Cancers, Listening to Your Body and Staying Positive Denver Mattress Company’s Bob Rensink shares his experience of battling four cancers simultaneously. Rensink stresses how listening to your body is a critical factor in early-detection and early-detection is a critical factor in survival. Moreover, Rensink talks about his treatment and the struggle to remain…
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Cancer and World Bicycle Relief

Cycling for Africa A Challenge Made Possible by Catching Cancer In Time Denver Mattress Company’s G.M. of Manufacturing, Bob Rensink, has survived 4 different types of cancer. Rather than being debilitated by this emotionally trying experience and physically taxing treatment, Bob found inspiration and recognized his life’s true passion–cycling. With help from World Vision International…
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