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Ohio: Judy Coleman

judy-coleman-1Within these groups of individuals across the United States and other countries, there are fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, sons, daughters and so forth. As Dr. Jemsek states, “sooner or later” your family will be affected by this growing disease and you, too, will be trying to make a difference

“In the Lymelight” ~Judy Coleman

Judy Coleman is a native to Ohio. She is an entrepreneur, author, and supporter. Her passion for writing began at a very early age and the author of the Grouchy the Bear and Timmy and the Tick.

Both these books are great in teaching children: Grouchy the Bear teaches them “to get along with and respect others, to accept themselves, and to appreciate life” and Timmy and the Tick in learning to enjoy the outdoors but be careful at the same time. “She lives with her husband on a farm in Belmont County, Ohio, where they own and operate a farm equipment sales business. Weekends often find Judy playing bass fiddle with the family bluegrass and gospel band, along with her husband, their son and daughter, and other family members.”

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Ohio: Janet DeCesare

JanetDeCesareWithin these groups of individuals across the United States and other countries, there are fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, sons, daughters and so forth. As Dr. Jemsek states, “sooner or later” your family will be affected by this growing disease and you, too, will be trying to make a difference.

“In the Lymelight” ~ Janet DeCesare

Janet DeCesare is a dedicated wife, mother, grandmother, friend, sister, daughter, go-getter, fighter, and author. You can definitely feel that family, friends and planting roots are very important to her. She has used her experience in dealing with her battle with chronic Lyme Disease as a stepping stone and learning tool by publishing her story in “Ticked Off.” “She used her memoirs to help those that need answers and support in their own current battles. Whether you are suffering with Lyme disease or only know someone who is, find hope and a voice amid the silence as Janet searches for answers to her own decaying health.”

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Ohio: Lyme Disease Support Groups

 

OhioWithin these groups of individuals across the United States and other countries, there are fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, sons, daughters and so forth. As Dr. Jemsek states, “sooner or later” your family will be affected by this growing disease and you, too, will be trying to make a difference.

Ohio~ Lyme Disease Support Groups

TBD Bulls-eye Support

You may contact Ann Hirschberg at 440-235-4163 or by email at Tbdbullseye@aol.com. You may also look at their website.

Tri-State Lyme-Vine Support Group

You may contact Linda Von Hoene at email mlvonhoene@aol.com. The meetings are held quarterly.

(Sent emails to these addresses but received no response but they were not sent back as undeliverable.  I hope that you have better luck.)

Lyme-Aware is an independent organization and has no affiliation with this organization or individual.

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Iowa: Lyme Disease United Coalition

LDUC_2014Within these groups across the United States and other countries, there are fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, sons, daughters and so forth. As Dr. Jemsek states, “sooner or later” your family will be affected by this growing disease and you, too, will be trying to make a difference.

“In the Lymelight” ~ Lyme Disease United Coalition

The Lyme Disease United Coalition (LDUC) is an all-volunteer 501 (C) (3) tax-exempt Non-profit corporation.

The LDUC believes strongly in the quote: “Whoever destroys a soul, it is considered as if he destroyed an entire world. And, whoever saves a life, it is considered as if he saved an entire world.”

Its mission is to “advocate for patients who have a tick-borne illness resulting in Lyme disease (Ld), Babesia, Bartonella, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, or Ehrlichia.” They feel deeply for the Lyme Disease patient and feel that they are priority one. It is also their “purpose is to educate the public and physicians regarding the emergence of tick-borne illness throughout the world. “ The LDUC has affiliates in Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, Nevada, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota and Washington.

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