Kathy B., TXI am fighting for clean air because eight years ago, I lost my beautiful son to lung cancer. He was two months shy of his 33rd birthday. He was a nonsmoker and played golf several times a week; no one could believe that this could happen to him. I am fighting for clean air because of my son, Aaron, and because of my six grandchildren.
First published: January 6, 2015
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