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Keri Stromski

Honoring the life and legacy of a beloved teacher, friend and ‘warrior,’ Keri Stromski

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“It’s a heavy day, but it doesn’t have to be. Today we are here to celebrate Keri. We do so as a family, as a community, to give honor to the profound ways she touched those she knew and those she never met."

In one woman, the embodiment of mercy, faith and victory

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Eileen Benthal reflects on a friend's unwavering faith, exceptional compassion and ultimate victory in God's love.

Keri Stromski: an appreciation

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From the day I first met the young teacher who greeted my own little girl on her first day of school, Keri has always been larger than life. And so she remains, and will always remain, larger than life.

‘Glass Slipper Parade’ salutes beloved kindergarten teacher

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A parade of vehicles decked out in Blue Waves blue and white paraded down Main Road today to salute beloved Aquebogue kindergarten teacher Keri Stromski. Photos

Friends and supporters plan ‘fun-drive’ to honor ‘super hero’ kindergarten teacher

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Friends and supporters of Aquebogue kindergarten teacher Keri Stromski are planning a 'fun-drive' to support Stromski and her family, but the much-beloved teacher wants the event to be about the kids.

Pink doesn’t save lives

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As a woman diagnosed with stage four breast cancer at age 43, kindergarten teacher Keri Stromski speaks out about the need to raise money for research that matters: finding ways to prevent the spread of metastasis.

‘She is cured’: Aquebogue kindergarten teacher, diagnosed with stage four breast cancer, defies prognosis

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Keri Stromski was stunned by her diagnosis of stage four breast cancer in December. Told she was terminal with not long to live, Stromski turned to her faith, her friends, organic foods, Chinese herbs and a resilient spirit. Last week, after a PET scan, her oncologist told her she is in 'complete remission.'

Apple appreciation day at Aquebogue Elementary

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Aquebogue Elementary School kindergarten class uses apples as a lead-in to inquiry and learning.
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