Rebecca Paciorek has both type 2 diabetes and asthma. She doesn't "suffer" from them though as she likes to live life to the fullest.
Her degree is in Communications from Miami University and she owns a digital media agency, Blue Dot Digital Communications. Rebecca, her husband and their teenage son are “foster failures” of a shelter dog named Lucy.
Rebecca enjoys reading, travel, outdoor events, movies and hanging out with friends and family.
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