Keary is a native of Denison and has lived here all of her life. First and foremost her passion is her Faith in God, her precious family and helping others. Her pride and joy are her three children and her one grandson. She works for the United States District Court for Federal Magistrate Judge Christine Nowak as her Courtroom Deputy and Judicial Assistant. Keary has worked with the federal government for going on 19 years and enjoys doing her part in helping others and protecting the community.
Keary is passionate about Women Rock and the fight against cancer because she lost her father to cancer and her grandmother was a 15-year survivor of breast cancer. Being beside her father during his battle, he taught her that, “If we are not part of the solution, we are part of the problem.” She looked at the cancer that stole him and could feel nothing but anger, hatred, loss and frustration. Keary knew that she wanted to be part of the solution to get rid of this awful disease that does not discriminate and takes people way too young. She also has several very close friends who have had or are currently fighting breast cancer. Keary is an active member of the community and Park Avenue Church in Denison.
“I believe that supporting Women Rock is critical in the fight against breast cancer because they continue to raise awareness of prevention methods and we must continue to raise money for more research for new medications and procedures to eventually get rid of this awful disease. Because of the continued research, medications, and treatments available, cancer does not have to be a death sentence. I want to help those fighting this battle by offering them prayer, assistance, encouragement, hope, and support. It is a true blessing to work with these women and offering support in any way that I can. Everyone can give something whether it’s volunteer time, money or support to these women. Let’s work together and give our all to get rid of this disease that affects millions of Americans.”
Acts 20:35 In everything I did, I showed you that by this kind of hard work we must help those in need, remembering the words the Lord Jesus himself said: “It is more blessed to give than to receive.”