Living life in spite of diabetes
PRINCETON — Living with diabetes has been a way of life for Patricia “Pat” Lee of Princeton for about as long as she can remember.
Lee was just 7 years old when she was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, originally known as juvenile diabetes. She doesn’t remember a lot about those early days, other than being sick a lot and being tired. And, she remembers her mom teaching her how to give herself shots when she was about in the third grade, shortly before her mom died.
But Lee learned to live with diabetes and to not let it slow her down too much. After high school, she attended Millikin University and also the University of Madrid in Spain where she majored in Spanish. She did her graduate work at Northern Illinois University and also worked on a second master’s degree at Aurora University. She has been a school guidance counselor and also taught at two junior colleges.
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