CORY


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CORYCoordination of Runaway Youth (Bay City, MI, USA)
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Cory was the most prominent figure of the 1986 People Power Revolution, which ended the 21-year rule of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos.
Cory was the first Filipino and the third woman to be hailed Time's 'Person of the Year.
And Cory has had to undergo numerous other surgeries from having a platinum weight added to his left eyelid to assist his blinking, to having muscle removed from his inner thighs and added into the left side of his face to bring back movement and his smile.
In Cebu, the group of foreign correspon-dents witnessed the warm reception for Cory. We left the rally as soon as Cory finished her speech, and made arrangements with Bono Adaza and Tony Cuenco to regroup at their hotel (Magellan Hotel) for a briefing on Cory's schedule after Cebu.
"Cory's exceptional reputation for quality customer service complements our mission to be the best final mile provider in North America," Nick Hobbs, executive vice president and president of Dedicated Contract Services at J.B.
Majority owner SVPGlobal first invested in Cory in 2014 and led the company's financial restructuring in 2015, with the support of EQT Credit and other shareholders.
Steven, 39, said: "Cory uses the funds to provide Easter and Christmas gifts to try and bring some cheer to the children's cancer wards in the North East hospitals at the respective times of year when children sadly find themselves hospitalised.
In July 2016, Cory embarked on a trip with filmmaker Gonzalo Guajardo to Luhya country in western Kenya to make a documentary on some of the few remaining omutibo style guitar players.
Cory, now 13, was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer when he was just six years old.