August 12, 2008 

To whom it may concern: 

I received a diagnosis of Stage IV breast cancer in February 2008.  As a young (45) and newly graduated nurse my concerns about being able to live, play and continue to work were swept aside by the encouragement and wonderful wig I obtained from Jennifer Fenninger at Strands.

August 27, 2008

Dear Jennifer,

I have waited too long to send this letter. 

In January 2006 I underwent chemo for Lymphoma. At the time I was an elementary principal and had committed to several speaking engagements. When I found out that I would be losing my hair, I became concerned that I might not be able physically or emotionally to fulfill these commitments. My wife began to call around to see if it would be possible to purchase a wig.

When I received the diagnosis of cancer, it was overwhelming for me and my husband.  We went through the usual:  tumor staging, port placement, treatment options, etc.  I am a professional woman who works in the medical field.  One of my concerns was:  Would patients and co-workers be comfortable working with me when I was bald from the chemotherapy?

March 24, 2004  

To Whom It May Concern: 

Jennifer Fenninger was a Godsend during one of the most fearful and uncertain periods in our family’s experience, as witnessed by her caring and concerned approach to helping her clients. 

Cancer is the scariest thing that can befall a healthy family. The treatment, as has been said, sometimes appears worse than the cure.

Dear Jennifer, 

What wonderful miracles you work! As a breast cancer patient, I was traumatized at the thought of losing my hair through chemotherapy. At the recommendation of a friend, I contacted you with the purchase of a wig in mind. What I received was so much more.  Yes, I did get a wig.