Cancer survivor overcomes obstacles to get master's degree

Rigo Dicochea was just a 15-year-old freshman at Watsonville High when his life changed for better and for worse. Full Story
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Since: Jun 09

Santa Cruz, CA

#21 Jun 15, 2009
Gary wrote:
Just saw the article today Rigo. What a great faith you demonstrate in God with your courageous actions and words. I'm so privileged to have married you two and to see your love to each other growing day by day. From one cancer survivor to another! What a thrill ride!
Pastor Gary!!!!!

Thanks for all your time and effort with us! Its been a ride and still is at times...but yeah I am so proud of Angelique. I hope I am learning to be a better husband everyday, I still have alot to learn, she has really supported me in my walk with Christ. Thanks so much for responding!
Angelique

Walnut Creek, CA

#22 Oct 28, 2009
Rigo is my Hero! I love you baby! <3

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