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December 10, 2016

One year ago, 1Force tragically and unexpectedly lost one of our own, Jennifer Tomasello. This morning we will celebrate her greatness with a signature workout originally completed the day she passed. Coach Crespo wanted to do it today, the day of the Annual 1Force Holiday Party because it is a happy day and Jenn's favorite night of the year. 

Before Jenn passed last year, she helped seven-year old Aiden write his list to Santa. 1Force family was able to shower him with wishes. This year will be no different. We got Aiden's list from Jenn's awesome family. If you'd like to buy Aiden something for Christmas, take an ornament off the tree. They will be hung up tonight at the holiday party. Wrap your gift and place back under the tree. Santa will deliver the gifts on Christmas Day.

The night before her fundraiser, Jenn said to me, "Erin I feel like tomorrow is my wedding day." Know that she was beyond grateful for your support. We made one promise to Jenn when she began this battle. That she would NOT be alone. Thank you for helping us keep that promise. 

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