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Marysville native loses brave cancer battle

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MARYSVILLE, Pa. (WHTM) -

An inspirational Midstate woman lost her battle with cancer this morning.

You may remember Allison Speck - now Allison Frymoyer - from the numerous stories we did about her courageous battle.

The Susquenita High School and Messiah College graduate, who grew up in Marysville, battled cancer for the past five years.

Despite her illnesses, she graduated with honors, married her high school sweetheart and traveled to Kenya for missions work.

Throughout her life, Allie inspired others with her unwavering faith and her immensely positive attitude.

She was 23 years old.

 

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