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Lodi teen Savana Bowers’ attitude, perseverance to be light leading parade

Lodi High School senior fighting against brain cancer chosen as grand marshal

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Posted: Friday, November 29, 2013 12:00 am

From all outward appearances, Savana Bowers is a beautiful, bubbly young woman. She’s looking forward to college after graduating in May from Lodi High School, where she maintains a high grade-point average. But for the past year, she has been fighting a raging battle against a brain tumor.

“She’s a kid you wouldn’t even know has brain cancer. She’s a senior in high school, she knows that and she just lives life to the fullest,” said close family friend Jonelle Steckman, who nominated Savana to be this year’s Parade of Lights grand marshal.

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1 comment:

  • jamie shipman posted at 5:15 am on Fri, Nov 29, 2013.

    jamie shipman Posts: 10

    There are far too many children with brain tumors in our area. Has anyone done a study to see if we have a cluster problem here or is this the new normal?

     
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