Shoshana’s Story

Site created on January 21, 2021

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Shoshana broke her clavicle on 11/4/2020 while she and Chris were visiting their Vermont cabin. That began the saga that is now 13 weeks later.
It was discovered that the cause of the break was related to breast cancer that had metastasized into her bones.

Shosh has been a Type 1 Diabetic for 35 years, well controlled, with no side effects, but this new complicated cancer, in addition to Covid 19 risks, have put a huge stress on her and Chris.
After 35 years of helping others with their medical issues she is now in need and seeking help from others. Mainly she just needs to share this news with friends and family and to know that people are thinking of her and sending good wishes.

A joke or two wouldn’t hurt either !

Address for cards:

Shoshana Levinson
370 Gurleyville Road
Storrs, CT 06268

Newest Update

Journal entry by Shoshana and Chris Levinson/ Crossgrove

Yesterday Chris and I received our second Moderna vaccine.

We are celebrating the future FREEDOM that we are glimpsing through the Covid darkness.

And today is the beginning of the eight days of Passover. It's a holiday when Jews all over the world celebrate our FREEDOM from bondage in Egypt.

I have been particularly touched by the members of our local Temple B'nai Israel who have helped Chris and I in so many beautiful ways. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!

HAPPY PASSOVER to all, and may FREEDOM RING for all people everywhere on this magnificent planet we call home.

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