Vail Daily column: The origins of hope

21st December, 2014 by

By Edward Stoner

In 1996, a young wife and mother was sick. She had been diagnosed with cancer. Her name was Cindy Nash. She and her husband, Curt, were well known and well loved in our community. They had a beautiful toddler named Montana. When her friends learned that she was ill, a group quickly came together. Although modern medicine promised Cindy little, we were determined to help in any way we could. And so we got to work. On little more than hope and a prayer, I contacted the national touring company of “Miss Saigon,” who I knew was coming to Denver …

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