“A Most Shining Star Disappeared:” R.I.P. John Medo

“A Most Shining Star Disappeared:” R.I.P. John Medo

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By Suzanne Skees John’s brother Eli says: “We don’t want to say goodbye. He was a dream boy–one of our most shining stars disappearing–as simple as that.” This week, my dear young friend John Medo, the inspiration for and first...Read more
Welcome to the Family: Announcing Skees Family Foundation’s 2015 Partners

Welcome to the Family: Announcing Skees Family Foundation’s 2015 Partners

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 By Suzanne Skees for Skees Family Foundation   We laughingly call SFF “the world’s tiniest foundation with the mightiest ambition” to end poverty worldwide, in our lifetime. How? As Steve Jobs put it, “We have gone to exceptional lengths...Read more