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American Heart Association saves lives

Walkers turn out for awards ceremony and support

Louise and Ed Mazuchowski at the awards ceremony for the American Heart Association 2011 Heart Walk.

Louise and Ed Mazuchowski at the awards ceremony for the American Heart Association 2011 Heart Walk.

— “Things like CPR wouldn’t have been created without research of the American Heart Association.”

As far as Ed and Louise Mazuchowski are concerned, that education and research have kept Mr. Mazuchowski alive.

“I had quadruple-bypass surgery in 2008 and have had other heart issues since then,” he said. “It has been a struggle.”

“Ed would not be here without the quality and the knowledge of doctors at CVPH,” Mrs. Mazuchowski said. “He’s had six heart doctors just in this area, and we learn something every year.”

The couple has been married 45 years and enjoys participating in the Heart Walk each year.

“You become friends with these people and they support you,” Mrs. Mazuchowski said.

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