- October 30th 2018Washington/ABC7
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Angel in the End Zone
WASHINGTON/ABC7 — Time doesn't necessarily heal everything.It just teaches us how to live with the pain.
Gonzaga College high school football player Dean Engram is playing with a heavy heart every second on the field.
As ABC7 sports reporter Scott Abraham shows us, Dean has a true angel in the end zone.
Football Uses Bye Week to Do Service and Attend Sickle Cell Disease Conference (October 2018)
Dean Engram and his classmates participated in Campus Kitchens and a conference on Sickle Cell Disease, sponsored by George Washington Hospital, where Dean and his mom spoke about the recent loss of big sister Bobbi.
"The conference which was attended by medical students, residents and faculty in Internal Medicine entitled “Sickle Cell: A Personal Story” was a moving and meaningful experience for all who attended. I spoke to several people afterwards and they so appreciated the courage, grace and generosity of Dean and his mother Mrs. Engram. They are truly inspirational. Bobbi, may she rest in peace, was an incredible force of nature. I’m sad that I and the world didn’t have a chance to know her."