As an 8-year-old girl from Fox Point with leukemia, her family was fearful of how they'd continue to approach the ongoing and expensive medical care their daughter would need. Chad Parrott, Audrey's father, was going to lose his job in December and along with it, the family's insurance.
But just a few weeks ago, Chad got a phone call from his current employer, Stark Investments.
"They’ve extended my contract at Stark through June as well as extending some insurance benefits," Chad said. "It’s a testament to Brian (Stark) and Mike’s (Roth) commitment to not only running a good business, being good humanitarians."
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On Oct. 4, Audrey was diagnosed with Childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Since her diagnosis, hundreds have banned together to raise money to help pay for her on-going medical costs. In in a 5K run/walk to Help Audrey
"It’s a great group of people. I’m actually ecstatic about that," he said. "We were in a complete unknown. When we got back from Audrey’s first month, I finally got back to work and I said, 'This is where I want to be.'"