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No One Should be Invisible

A man dropped in to read my articles on Joan Sepp. His reason for visiting was the recent death of Joan’s husband, Toivo. (Joan passed away a few years ago.) He wrote this – I had a hard childhood and … Continue reading

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Joan Sepp Refused to be Identified by her Losses

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Joan says, “I’m living proof that even after tragedy, life still has purpose and meaning. People need to know that.”
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A Message from the Heart of Joan Sepp

I chose not to let my losses consume me. They don’t define who I am. Choices are important to everyone and they are especially important to me. These are some of the choices I made:

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Joan Sepp: an extraordinary woman left a legacy of giving

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Tragedy first visited Joan Sepp in 1983. Her oldest son Marty, a gifted musician and promising student, whose future had been crushed by drugs and mental illness, was murdered in one of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario’s downtown alleys, where he … Continue reading

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