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June 20, 2013

Janelle’s journey comes to an end

Rushville’s Wonder Woman lives on in the heart of this community

Rushville — Some stories will break your heart.

This is one of them. Some stories will renew your spirit and faith in the goodwill of community. This is also one of those. Some stories can inspire progress in the causes we choose to champion. This could be one of these. For Janelle, our champion. Rest in peace.



Rushville’s Wonder Woman, Janelle Bedel, who has been very active in supporting other “Mesothelioma Warriors” internationally, was awarded the Alan Reinstein Award Tuesday by Reinstein’s widow, Linda Reinstein, just a day before Janelle’s untimely death on Wednesday. Linda serves as president/co-founder, following in the footsteps of her husband and the organization’s first president Alan Reinstein, of the Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization (ADAO). - See more at: http://rushvillerepublican.com/local/x479816481/Janelle-s-journey-comes-to-an-end#sthash.O80Vy6QD.dpuf



Rushville’s Wonder Woman, Janelle Bedel, who has been very active in supporting other “Mesothelioma Warriors” internationally, was awarded the Alan Reinstein Award Tuesday by Reinstein’s widow, Linda Reinstein, just a day before Janelle’s untimely death on Wednesday. Linda serves as president/co-founder, following in the footsteps of her husband and the organization’s first president Alan Reinstein, of the Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization (ADAO). - See more at: http://rushvillerepublican.com/local/x479816481/Janelle-s-journey-comes-to-an-end#sthash.O80Vy6QD.dpuf
Rushville’s Wonder Woman, Janelle Bedel, who has been very active in supporting other “Mesothelioma Warriors” internationally, was awarded the Alan Reinstein Award Tuesday by Reinstein’s widow, Linda Reinstein, just a day before Janelle’s untimely death on Wednesday. Linda serves as president/co-founder, following in the footsteps of her husband and the organization’s first president Alan Reinstein, of the Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization (ADAO). - See more at: http://rushvillerepublican.com/local/x479816481/Janelle-s-journey-comes-to-an-end#sthash.XoTn1sAR.dpuf

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