Denise is an Executive Assistant with Verso Corporation. Denise and her husband Joe have one daughter, Victoria, who is a graduate student at the University of Cincinnati. In April 2015 just after completing a 5k, Denise's husband Joe suffered a ruptured brain aneurysm. It was during Joe’s recovery that she learned of the Tri-State Brain Aneurysm Support Group. In 2018 she joined the TSBASG and served on the steering committee where she oversaw social media efforts, and led the re-branding efforts of the TSBASG to include a new logo and website.
Charlene Taylor is an aneurysm survivor. She suffered a brain aneurysm in 2003. She lost her sister in 2001 to a brain aneurysm and then she lost her niece to a brain aneurysm in 2002. She says"God has truly blessed me."
John Abraham is a graduate of UC College of Engineering and Xavier MBA program. He and his wife Julie live in Kenwood. They have three grown children. He is the owner of Atlas Vac Machine located in Reading where they manufacture medical device tray sealers used worldwide by the medical device industry in the cleanroom packaging of a wide number of implants, endosurgery devices, orthopedic implants, transplant tissues and even vascular surgery devices.
John believes you are given only so many days on the Lord’s earth and, as an aneurysm survivor, he believes he is in the Bonus Round. Make every day count.
Joe Wilson is owner and operator of Genesis Window Fashions, which he started 17 years ago. Joe and his wife Denise have one daughter, Victoria, who is a senior at the University of Cincinnati. Victoria will be attending grad school in the fall at UC, where she is majoring in Speech Language Pathology. Victoria chose this field after Joe suffered a ruptured brain aneurysm in 2015. Joe’s speech therapist made a lasting impression on Victoria, and his rupture changed the course of her future. Joe joined the TSBASG in 2018, and serves alongside his wife Denise.
Our Mission is to provide information, education, encouragement and understanding to survivors, caregivers and those who have lost loved ones to brain aneurysms.
Our support group is run by survivors, family members and friends, with help from supportive organizations. We have no paid employees, no membership dues, no fees.