Benefit set to help Ashleigh Pressy
PRINCETON — As a child, Ashleigh Pressy always felt tired and worn out, no matter what she was doing.
Her mother, Rhonda Ellis of Princeton, assumed it was just mono going around the school or some kind of bug kids catch. The exhaustion became such a burden, Pressy was taken out of school at Bureau Valley High School and had to be home-schooled.
Nothing much changed until in 2008, when Pressy began losing feeling on her right side and found it difficult to hang on to things.
She finally saw a local doctor who said she had a bleeding blood tumor, and he sent her to a specialist in Peoria.
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