Elizabeth Anne Prostic
Elizabeth Anne Prostic refused to let a diagnosis of metastatic breast cancer extinguish the fire of her indomitable spirit. She chose to live strong and focus on the fact that she had just as much right as anyone else to beat the odds. But she ran up against an enemy that was too strong and she was forced to yield, finally, after six months of battling. When she died on March 31, 2005, she was thirty-one years old. Her daughter Harper was almost ten months old. She had been married almost five years to her husband Michael Lundblad, and together with him for more than ten years. Her spirit lives on through this website and through the loving memories of all those inspired by her life.
“GW, Washington Community Bid Prostic Farewell,” Nota Bene, April 20, 2005
“Capitol Hill Mourns Recent Death of Former Senate Staffer,” The Hill, May 18, 2005.
“Harriet [Prostic] Hollander Speaks Out about her Family’s Fight with Breast Cancer,” Texas Jewish Post, October 13, 2005.
“A Foundation for Life,” The Pennsylvania Gazette, May/June 2006.
“In Remembrance,” by Lisa Baron, Sundaypaper.com, Dec 16-22, 2008.
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The Kansas City Star, April 3, 2005
The Washington Post, April 4, 2005
Nota Bene (Washington, D.C.), April 4, 2005
The Independent (Kansas City, MO), May 14, 2005
GW Law School Magazine (Washington, D.C.), Summer 2005