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Tobacco educator Debi Austin (AP Photo/ Damian Dovarganes)
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March 1, 2013
I know Debi from her ads. Her's was one of the two most effective I've ever seen, the other one being about wearing seat belts. I realize there was much criticism of the ad, but my guess is it was probably the smoking public, by and large who was the most vocal about it. Debi shared a great deal of vivid truth in her ad which I hope will have saved the life of many. She was, I'm sure a loved woman to her friends and family. I'm sorry you have lost such a brave person.
March 1, 2013
A brave woman who deserveds a lot of credit
March 1, 2013
It is good to know that Debi was a fighter for what was right. Sorry for your great loss.
March 1, 2013
I lost an aunt to this type and I quit smoking a week after last visit with her (20 years) and have never wanted another one. My sincere sympathy to the family. She was an inspiration to many, I am sure.
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