Everyday People — Type 2

Robert A. Dacey — Worked in marketing, advertising; artist

Sia Figiel — Charter school director, author, weight loss success story

Mary Jessup — Village Clerk-Treasurer, Tax Collector; Businesswoman 

Camille LoParrino — Health Literacy Coach

Ina Mendoza-Wilson — USDA Personal Property Manager

Kristy Morrill — Artist

Beverly Zaler — Longtime person with type 2 diabetes

Last Modified Date: July 03, 2013

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by Nicole Purcell
Isn't life all just a bit of give and take? We give things to get others, we take things to give ourselves things or to give others things (ala Robin Hood?). I think this is particularly true with diabetes. For example, at a wedding held later in the night, I might take a piece of cake to give myself either two hours of dancing OR maybe give myself a sleepless rest of the evening because of skyrocketing bloodsugar. I give myself a...