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Newsday newsday.com 25 Nov, 2021 17:00 am

Grateful LIer gives thanks for second chances

Grateful LIer gives thanks for second chances
In July 2005, Shari Kurzrok led a happy life. The 31-year-old, a native of Great Neck, was planning to marry the love of her life. She had recently spearheaded publicity for the nation’s largest-ever

She had recently spearheaded publicity for the nation’s largest-ever blood drive, the American Red Cross Save-A-Life Tour.The Save-A-Life Tour dispatched convoys to 345 cities around the United States, ultimately attracting more than 38,000 new potential donors and collecting 3.Years ago, her efforts gave strangers in need a second chance.No wonder a stranger then gave her a second chance, too.

That month, the otherwise healthy public relations executive collapsed at home.Her colleagues at Ogilvy Public Relations quickly banded together to help her.

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