Husband and wife’s ALS tour documented in new book

September 20, 2017 - als

Naperville clergyman Chris Benyo done a guarantee to his mother when she was fighting ALS, a scarcely five-year conflict she mislaid in 2016.

“One of a final things that Denise requested was that we write a book together,” pronounced Benyo, 52, of North Aurora. “She suspicion maybe a story could assistance someone else; she was a many unselfish chairman we have ever met in my life.”

“All In: Living, Not Dying with ALS,” a reverence to Denise DiMarzo, was expelled by Christian Faith Publishing in July.

It was Dec 2011 when doctors told them Denise had ALS or amyotrophic parallel sclerosis — also famous as Lou Gehrig’s illness — a on-going neurodegenerative illness that affects haughtiness cells in a mind and a spinal cord.