A year of adversity is ending with renewed promise for Kahealani Candido of Tacoma. After sustaining serious injuries in a car accident and being diagnosed with cancer, Candido graduated with her class of 2016 despite starting the year with a sophomore status. Candido’s dream is to become a flight attendant, she said before Friday’s graduation ceremony from Mount Tahoma.
A year of adversity is ending with renewed promise for Kahealani Candido of Tacoma. After sustaining serious injuries in a car accident and being diagnosed with cancer, Candido graduated with her class of 2016 despite starting the year with a sophomore status. Candido’s dream is to become a flight attendant, she said before Friday’s graduation ceremony from Mount Tahoma. Dean J. Koepfler dkoepfler@thenewstribune.com
A year of adversity is ending with renewed promise for Kahealani Candido of Tacoma. After sustaining serious injuries in a car accident and being diagnosed with cancer, Candido graduated with her class of 2016 despite starting the year with a sophomore status. Candido’s dream is to become a flight attendant, she said before Friday’s graduation ceremony from Mount Tahoma. Dean J. Koepfler dkoepfler@thenewstribune.com

Mount Tahoma grad rises beyond adversity

June 10, 2016 6:22 PM

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