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Caregivers are Honored as CVS/pharmacy Announces Winners of the 'For All the Ways You Care' Contest
Date:3/3/2008

for infants and elderly, family and strangers. What is common among them is a selflessness and dedication to others."
Nine Finalists in the contest received a cash prize of $10,000:

-- Wendi Baron-Willette of Shrewsbury, Massachusetts

-- Gina Ervay of Andover, Kansas

-- Karolyn Gentry of Fruitland, Idaho

-- Mary Beth Lenzini of Palmyra, Missouri (prize donated to April Phillips

Longwell Scholarship at the Palmyra R-1 School System)

-- Lisa Lester of Ellisville, Missouri

-- Alicia Mixson of Williston, Florida

-- Charles Muller of Rensselaer, New York

-- Christina Maria Renga of Morristown, New Jersey

-- Rhonda Marie St. Louis of Gilbert, Arizona

Denise Waller, a CVS/pharmacy pharmacy technician from Fries, VA was also named a winner in a similar For All The Ways You Care contest for employees.

The For All The Ways You Care contest winners were selected by an esteemed panel of women supporting the For All The Ways You Care campaign: Lee Woodruff, author and the wife of ABC News Correspondent and Anchor Bob Woodruff; Alma Powell, chair of America's Promise Alliance and wife of Colin Powell; women's health experts Dr. Donnica Moore and Dr. Alice Domar; and Ladies' Home Journal Editor-in-Chief, Diane Salvatore.

"For All The Ways You Care celebrates caregivers of all kinds and it's been very rewarding for me to have played an integral role in the campaign," said Woodruff. "My fellow panelists and I were touched and inspired by the many stories of caring we reviewed. It was a challenge to select just one as the winner but we are delighted to see all of these caregivers honored today."

Here are their stories:

Wendi Baron-Willette (Shrewsbury, MA) -- According to Wendi's husband Keith, she is the most caring person he knows who inspires everyone she meets. At age 26, Wendi gave birth to a son with Down syndrome and has been an extraordinary caregiver for the past 16 y
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