Drivers can 'Give a Beep about Sarcoma

Published: Thursday, December 26, 2013 at 07:27 PM.

Cindy’s diagnosis in 2012 meant that she could no longer do the job that she loved.

She was strong through the ordeal.

“She never shed a tear, not for cancer,” Don Sills said. “She smiled all the way through it, all the way to the end. She stayed the beautiful person she always was.”

On the evening of her diagnosis, the Sills came home to a brilliant rainbow in the sky.

“We took that as a sign to us, a sign of hope,” Don Sills said.

Later, when she died on Sept. 6 and her body was removed from the family’s house, another rainbow appeared.

The moments inspired Don Sills to start “Cindy’s Rainbow” as a way to honor his wife, carry on her legacy and bring awareness to sarcoma.

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