Sue Armato, executive director of the Cancer Support Center, with her husband, Sam, and daughters Ally and Abby. (Provided photos)
Cancer survivor Sue Armato felt like a queen for a day, thanks to the special efforts of the staff at JCPenney’s in Calumet City that wanted to draw attention to January as Cervical Cancer Awareness Month.
Sommer Crawford, the store’s salon manager, planned to do something wonderful for a cervical cancer survivor in the memory of her sister, Darnella Crawford, who was 45 when . . .
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