Marathon survivor goes from being cared for to caregiver
This article in The Boston Globe by Wendy Killeen, Globe Correspondent, ran on May 21, 2016
Beth Bourgault, an avid runner, was at the finish line of the Boston Marathon in 2013 waiting for friends to finish when the bombings occurred.
"Bourgault left her legal job in October 2014, and after some additional surgeries and recuperation, joined FirstLight Home Care in Salem. The franchise, owned by Molly and Steve Rowe, is part of a national network that provides nonmedical home care to some 2,500 people in more than 30 states."
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