WORTHINGTON — People who venture into the desert in an attempt to cross the border illegally find their lives changed by the experience, one way or another. Some find a new life in the United States. Some get caught by the border patrol and end up in a detention center. Some die.
Avoca native serving as parish social ministry coordinator
WORTHINGTON — When Lisa Kremer decided to pursue a degree in theology, she wasn’t sure what she would do with it, but knew it was her calling.
WORTHINGTON — Worthington windsurfer Lisa Kremer, daughter of Glenn and Barb Kremer, will be featured this weekend in an episode of “The Real Winning Edge,” a 13-week television series that profiles young achievers who have excelled in the face of adversity. Her episode was originally scheduled to air in early January but was delayed.
WORTHINGTON — Lisa Kremer was a bit skeptical that anything would come out of her application to be part of a TV series called “The Real Winning Edge.” But the Worthington windsurfer and Olympic hopeful will indeed be featured in an upcoming episode of the reality series that debuts today.
Lisa, the daughter of Glenn and Barb Kremer of Worthington, first heard about the series being produced by Challenger films from Bill Keitel of Worthington, who currently serves on the U.S. Windsurfing Board of Directors, as does Lisa.
WORTHINGTON — Steven Kremer didn’t have a choice.
Beginning when he was about 5 years old, Kremer was forced to be a catcher and trained to be a left-handed hitter. At the fields and at his home in Wilmont, he was shaped and raised to be a baseball player.
Kremer didn’t fight it, and he never complained. He simply accepted it for what it was: his destiny.
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