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April’s Avengers in Garner

April DeVinney and her daughter, Aubrey, are shown here in the center of the photo holding an “April’s Avengers” sign. GSF-Garner associates in attendance (beginning in the back row): Walter Wallen, Assistant Operations Manager; Diane Harvey, Operations Clerk; Bronna Greer, Senior Administrative Assistant; Jim Brooks, General Manager; Gregg Tarlton, Assistant General Manager; Elizabeth Majekodunmi, Inventory Control Coordinator; Brittany Thomas, Customer Service Representative; Alexandra Galvin, Operations Clerk; Bobby Wood, Administrative Manager; Rakenya Haynes, Customer Service Representative. Others shown were family and friends of April.

April DeVinney and her daughter, Aubrey, are shown here in the center of the photo holding an “April’s Avengers” sign.

On Saturday, October 6, GSF-Garner associates, their friends and families, participated in the American Cancer Society’s “MAKING STRIDES Against Breast Cancer” 5K fundraising walk in Raleigh, N.C. The Garner associates walked and ran in honor and support of co-worker, April DeVinney, Product Acquisition Team Leader, who is a breast cancer survivor.

April was diagnosed with breast cancer earlier this year and has undergone extensive treatment to fight the disease, and she is beating it! She has been

GSF-Garner associates in attendance (beginning in the back row): Walter Wallen, Assistant Operations Manager; Diane Harvey, Operations Clerk; Bronna Greer, Senior Administrative Assistant; Jim Brooks, General Manager; Gregg Tarlton, Assistant General Manager; Elizabeth Majekodunmi, Inventory Control Coordinator; Brittany Thomas, Customer Service Representative; Alexandra Galvin, Operations Clerk; Bobby Wood, Administrative Manager; Rakenya Haynes, Customer Service Representative. Others shown were family and friends of April.

extremely courageous and her co- workers wanted to let her know that they were behind her all the way by participating in the 5K.The “MAKING STRIDES” walk has been held every year in the Garner area for the past 20 years. Business partners and friends that walked or ran in honor of April were able to earn over $2,000, which was donated to the American Cancer Society to help end breast cancer.