MSUE work is truly lifesaving

We don’t always get to see the rewards of the work that we do here at Michigan State University Extension, but Suzanne Pish was rewarded with knowing that the work that she does is saving lives! Suzanne, Family and Consumer Science Extension educator based in Branch County, teaches Great Start Orientation (GSO) classes in six Michigan counties for people who provide care to relatives. The classes include instruction in CPR. Glenn Cobb will be forever grateful that he was a participant in Suzanne’s Calhoun County GSO class on May 27 in Battle Creek. Because of Suzanne’s CPR instruction, Glenn knew just what to do when two weeks later his mother’s heart stopped beating. Glenn’s 82-year-old mother is grateful, too. She now has a pacemaker and feels terrific. Wonderful work, Suzanne!

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