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 Ashley Chappell


Ashley Chappell, Mutual Aid, parishioner of St. Paul Parish, Greensburg. Ashley became a Guardian Angel at a young age, saving her father’s life in a swimming pool accident when she was just 7. That continues with her work as an EMT, taking charge recently when a man was hurt playing softball, stopping the bleeding, until he could be taken to a hospital. Like Ashley, Catholic Charities works hard to respond to emergencies like COVID-19. Free webinars were offered to assist parents and children who were struggling with fear and anxiety during the pandemic.

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