Heart Quests Support Group, helping those with heart disease in the Mid-South.

Host Jeremy C. Park talks with Lori Sepich, co-founder of Heart Quests Support Group, who shares her personal story and battle with heart disease and her mission to help others on a similar journey. Lori was born with a family history of heart disease. Her personal journey started at age 17 when she was diagnosed with extreme hypertension. She would spend the next 43 years fighting the battle of heart disease, and before age 60, survived two heart attacks and numerous complications.

During the interview, Lori shares her story and talks about how she found inspiration in community, both at her job and in the greater Go Red for Women family with the American Heart Association. She shares how she met her co-founder, Hal Perry, and how they have formed their Heart Quests Support Group, which meets the first Tuesday of each month at 5:30p at Colonial United Methodist Church. Heart Quests provides an opportunity for anyone battling heart disease, caring for a loved one, or who wants to learn more about the disease to participate.

Visit “Heart Quests Mid South” on Facebook or follow @heart_quests_midsouth on Instagram to learn more.

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