Fairfax Radio 10-31-2017

Our guest today is Celeste Dean Fuller, USNR  currently a NxStage Patient Advocate.  She has had End Stage Renal Disease for over 31 years and has utilized all dialysis modalities including receiving three kidney transplants.  Celeste is married to Anthony, who also worked as her care partner for the six years that she utilized the NxStage One machine.  Her daughter Tanae was adopted while Celeste was on dialysis and has now earned her Master’s Degree in Sound Engineering and Design.  Celeste is active in her church and has been both a consistent and diligent teacher for over 6 years while on dialysis.

She is currently teaching discipleship classes designed to encourage and uplift others along the journey of life. Celeste has studied Communication Arts and Social Work with an emphasis on public speaking to better prepare her for opportunities to inspire and to motivate others to become their best selves.  In addition to NxStage, Celeste has volunteered with Davita Dialysis services as a volunteer advocate by speaking to nurses, technical staff, and other employees about patient concerns and experiences.

She has also volunteered with DonateLife of Ohio to educate the public regarding organ donation. In addition to these endeavors, Celeste served as a volunteer support staff member at the Family Violence and Prevention Center of Greene County Ohio working with homeless women and children to help to encourage self-empowerment.

Celeste has many notable achievements including but not limited to maintaining a 3.85 GPA at each of the higher level academic universities that she has attended.  She balanced motherhood, tri-weekly dialysis treatments, and has overcome breast cancer, Bell’s Palsy, histoplasmosis, and numerous other medical challenges while maintaining a positive and reassuring attitude for others to follow. Celeste received her third kidney transplant just 4 months ago and has resumed her role of encouraging and empowering others to both learn to be their own personal advocate and to completely remove the idea of “can’t” from their minds.  She sincerely believes that we cannot only if we “try not”. Celeste currently resides in Bellbrook Oh. For more information go to NxStage.com

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WCVX 1160 AM 10-21-2017

Our guest today is Celeste Dean Fuller, USNR  currently a NxStage Patient Advocate.  She has had End Stage Renal Disease for over 31 years and has utilized all dialysis modalities including receiving three kidney transplants.  Celeste is married to Anthony, who also worked as her care partner for the six years that she utilized the NxStage One machine.  Her daughter Tanae was adopted while Celeste was on dialysis and has now earned her Master’s Degree in Sound Engineering and Design.  Celeste is active in her church and has been both a consistent and diligent teacher for over 6 years while on dialysis.  She is currently teaching discipleship classes designed to encourage and uplift others along the journey of life.

Celeste has studied Communication Arts and Social Work with an emphasis on public speaking to better prepare her for opportunities to inspire and to motivate others to become their best selves.  In addition to NxStage, Celeste has volunteered with Davita Dialysis services as a volunteer advocate by speaking to nurses, technical staff, and other employees about patient concerns and experiences.  She has also volunteered with DonateLife of Ohio to educate the public regarding organ donation. In addition to these endeavors, Celeste served as a volunteer support staff member at the Family Violence and Prevention Center of Greene County Ohio working with homeless women and children to help to encourage self-empowerment.

Celeste has many notable achievements including but not limited to maintaining a 3.85 GPA at each of the higher level academic universities that she has attended.  She balanced motherhood, tri-weekly dialysis treatments, and has overcome breast cancer, Bell’s Palsy, histoplasmosis, and numerous other medical challenges while maintaining a positive and reassuring attitude for others to follow.

Celeste received her third kidney transplant just 4 months ago and has resumed her role of encouraging and empowering others to both learn to be their own personal advocate and to completely remove the idea of “can’t” from their minds.  She sincerely believes that we cannot only if we “try not”. Celeste currently resides in Bellbrook Oh. For more information go to NxStage.com

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WCVX 1160 AM 10-14-2017

Our guest today is Celeste Dean Fuller, USNR  currently a NxStage Patient Advocate.  She has had End Stage Renal Disease for over 31 years and has utilized all dialysis modalities including receiving three kidney transplants.  Celeste is married to Anthony, who also worked as her care partner for the six years that she utilized the NxStage One machine.  Her daughter Tanae was adopted while Celeste was on dialysis and has now earned her Master’s Degree in Sound Engineering and Design.  Celeste is active in her church and has been both a consistent and diligent teacher for over 6 years while on dialysis.  She is currently teaching discipleship classes designed to encourage and uplift others along the journey of life.

Celeste has studied Communication Arts and Social Work with an emphasis on public speaking to better prepare her for opportunities to inspire and to motivate others to become their best selves.  In addition to NxStage, Celeste has volunteered with Davita Dialysis services as a volunteer advocate by speaking to nurses, technical staff, and other employees about patient concerns and experiences.  She has also volunteered with DonateLife of Ohio to educate the public regarding organ donation. In addition to these endeavors, Celeste served as a volunteer support staff member at the Family Violence and Prevention Center of Greene County Ohio working with homeless women and children to help to encourage self-empowerment.

Celeste has many notable achievements including but not limited to maintaining a 3.85 GPA at each of the higher level academic universities that she has attended.  She balanced motherhood, tri-weekly dialysis treatments, and has overcome breast cancer, Bell’s Palsy, histoplasmosis, and numerous other medical challenges while maintaining a positive and reassuring attitude for others to follow.

Celeste received her third kidney transplant just 4 months ago and has resumed her role of encouraging and empowering others to both learn to be their own personal advocate and to completely remove the idea of “can’t” from their minds.  She sincerely believes that we cannot only if we “try not”. Celeste currently resides in Bellbrook Oh. For more information go to NxStage.com

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