Prayers for Florida’s First Lady!
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced one terrible news this Monday: his wife Casey, 41, has been diagnosed with breast cancer.
“I am saddened to report that Florida’s esteemed First Lady and my beloved wife has been diagnosed with breast cancer,” DeSantis said.
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“As the mother of three young children, Casey is the centerpiece of our family and has made an impact on the lives of countless Floridians through her initiatives as First Lady,” he added.
‘’ As she faces the most difficult test of her life, she will have not only have my unwavering support but the support of our entire family, as well as the prayers and well wishes from Floridians across our state,” DeSantis concluded. “Casey is a true fighter, and she will never, never, never give up.”
Casey is an ex-producer and Emmy award-winning TV show host for the PGA Tour. Among her accomplishments are three0time equestrian national champion and a sunner0up NCAA division one champion.
She comes from Ohio and has a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from the College of Charleston.
DeSantis and Casey have been together and married since 2010 and have three children, Madison, 4, Mason,3, and Mamie, 18-months.
She has been an active First Lady of Florida, spearheading four initiatives:
Hope Florida – A Pathway to Prosperity: Uniting communities through “Care Navigators” to guide Floridians on an individualized path to prosperity, economic self-sufficiency and hope.
Resiliency Florida: An initiative for Florida schools to emphasize key character development skills including volunteerism, teamwork, and problem solving.
Hope Ambassadors Program: A youth peer-to-peer student mentorship program that will recruit student volunteers to work with their peers and help create an environment of kindness and compassion in their schools.
Character Education Standards: An initiative with the Florida Department of Education to teach character education standards in Florida’s K-12 schools.
DeSantis is a potential presidential contender for 2044, but he wanted to stop the rumors and said that he would concentrate on being reelected as governor in 2022.
“I’m not considering anything beyond doing my job,” DeSantis said last week, according to Daily Mail. “We’ve got a lot of stuff going on in Florida. I’m going to be running for reelection next year, and we’re also working on a lot of things in the state beyond just the governor’s race.”