In June 2016, Christy Jefremow was by all accounts a healthy, fit, and highly motivated 48-year-old woman training for her 12th marathon. It is an elite club of runners that can make it through 11 marathons and want to take on a 12th. As she began her marathon training regimen this time, she felt a bit more tired than usual, but she chalked it up to age and kept her eye on the finish line. She also began to experience light and unusual spotting two weeks after her period, and decided to make an appointment with her OB-GYN. That doctor visit became a life-changing event.
JOINT VENTURE EXPANDS LUXURY NETWORK BETWEEN NORTHEAST, FLORIDA
September 18, 2018 (Shelton, Conn.) — William Raveis Real Estate (WRRE), the top family-owned real estate company spanning the Northeast and Florida and recent global luxury award recipient, is pleased to announce it has partnered with The Fite Group Luxury Homes, the market-leading luxury real estate firm headquartered in Palm Beach, Fla. The Fite Group serves high-net-worth clientele throughout the Palm Beaches from the famed 16-mile barrier island of Palm Beach, as well as the coastal communities of West Palm Beach, Delray Beach and Jupiter, golf communities of Palm Beach Gardens and the equestrian village of Wellington. This partnership under the William Raveis moniker secures a competitive edge in the South Florida luxury markets by broadening Raveis’s high-end network of ultra-luxury markets from areas in the Northeast like Nantucket, Wellesley, Greenwich, Westchester and Manhattan to Naples, Fla. and now Palm Beach.
September 18, 2018
When Dan Ferriouolo, a WRRE agent in Milford, hit his fundraising goal of $2,000 for the annual Raveis Ride + Walk, his mother, Vicki, cried because she knew the donations to the Damon Runyon Cancer Foundation were made in her honor. In 2014, Vicki was diagnosed with breast cancer, after already enduring cervical cancer and melanoma. The following months proved to be a heart-wrenching roller coaster for the family, but throughout the tears, the more prevalent emotion was anger — an emotion they had never felt before.
September 13, 2018
When you are juggling three sons three and under and you lead an active, healthy and fit life, the last words you expect to hear are “You have cancer.” But that’s the phone call Jennifer Cavanaugh, 35, received in June 2018 while traveling with her family — and her whole world shifted. Three months ago, as she was putting her eight-month-old baby in his crib for a nap, she found a lump. Two doctors told her it was likely a cyst, but she pushed for further testing. Ultimately, a biopsy showed she had an aggressive form of breast cancer, called HER2/hormone negative, a protein in her cells that allows the cancer to live and spread.
September 6, 2018