Gil Whiteley

Outspoken Radio Host Finally Opens up About Cancer Gil Whiteley, long-time radio show host and Mile High Sports fan favorite, has not often found himself at a loss for words. Outspoken, upbeat and confident, he tells it like it is and THEN some. However, Gil struggled for many years to open up, even to his…
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Christina Fanter

Finding Comfort Far Away From Home Wyoming resident Christina Fanter was concerned about a mass on her breast. Doctors told her it was a fibroid tumor but a second opinion at Exempla’s Lutheran Medical Center years later determined that she had breast cancer. Having found a home at Exempla, Christina no longer dreads going to…
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Morgan Adams

Fancy Planes & Shiny Cars Saving Lives Two years after losing their six-year-old daughter to brain cancer in 1998, co-founders Steven Adams and Joan Slaughter organized the Morgan Adams Foundation to support pediatric cancer research. The Morgan Adams Concours d’Elegance in Centennial, CO is a popular fundraising event which features exotic airplane aerobatics, privately-owned collector…
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Kirby Chambliss

World Aerobatic Pilot Knows Every Second Counts While participating in the Red Bull Air Race World Series, professional air show pilot Kirby Chambliss noticed a mole on his shoulder changing in shape and size. Because he was overseas at the time, Kirby was unable to see his doctor until he returned to the States one…
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A Course for the Cure

Catching up with Cancer League of Colorado at their Annual Golf Tournament The Cancer League of Colorado is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization, committed to raising money for cancer research and patient care in Colorado. Catch it in Time caught up with several members who shared their personal cancer stories while participating in the annual Cancer…
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Suzanne Sanderson

A Painter’s Instinct, Intuition and Inspiration – Cancer Thriver When Suzanne Sanderson, a Denver artist and mother of two, found a lump in her breast, her doctor assured her it was a benign mass and no cause for alarm. But a persistent gut feeling kept nudging at her, saying it was something more serious. A…
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Jack Beckman

Drag Racer “Fast Jack” would be Nothing without His Team Professional drag racer Jack Beckman talks about the importance of his crew at the Bandimere Speedway in Morrison, Colorado. “Fast Jack” Beckman, who won this same race in 2007, mans the Valvoline NextGen Funny Car for Don Schumacher Racing and admits that he is only…
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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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