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Pariseau says St. Luke�s needs more people like volunteer Sue Baier � awoman whose caring he appreciates more every day. Twenty-one years ago she wasafflicted with Guillain-Barre syndrome, a rare condition that within a daycompletely paralyzed her, but left her mentally alert and still able to feelpain. She worked excruciatingly hard to regain her physical abilities and hassince dedicated much of her life to improving patients� environments. Shewrote a book, "Bed Number Ten," about her experience as a patient, andsubsequently has been invited to serve on committees around the world that arededicated to creating healing environments for patients. She currently serves onSt. Luke�s Healing Environment Council and supports the hospital�sGuillian-Barre patients.

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Roger Kreager, owner of Chef Source, spent most of this last year planning, with the help of many others, an awesome, first-of-it's-kind chapter meeting focused on "All Things Pastry" with great foods and tremendous education. We started out the night sampling pastries from some of our areas most talented pastry chef's including Scott Breazeale, executive sous and pastry chef, Levy Restaurants, Ford Field - the Detroit Lions, Gerald Matthes, owner of Give Thanks Bakery, Eric Voigt, executive pastry chef of the Big Rock Chop House (and our reigning Pastry Chef of the Year), Anne Stack, pastry chef at Great Oaks CC, Karlee Schultz, pastry chef at Detroit Golf Club, and Jennifer Tilton, executive pastry chef of Morning Glory Coffee and Pastries. And of course since this was our annual meeting at OCC, Kevin Enright, CEC, CCE, AAC, Doug Ganhs, CEC, Sue Baier, FMP, Julie Selonke, CEC, and Roger Holden, CEPC, CCE and the staff and students at Oakland Community College provided all kinds of delicious savory foods and pastries items as well. We also enjoyed Gelato from Mary and Nick Lemmer, cofounders of Iorio's Gelato and great coffee from Steven Mangigian, owner of Zingerman's Coffee. After that we moved down to the lecture room where the Standing Room Only audience was entertained by Todd Ostrowski, aka Chris Farley's doppelgänger, and owner of Midwest Imports on the finer points and unique ways Felchlin chocolate is brought to us with a presentation on Chocolate 101.

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Just finished book #5 of this year: Bed Number Ten by Sue Baier and Mary Zimmeth Schomaker. It is the story of a victim of Guillain-Barre syndrome. Sue Baier was the mother of two teenagers, and woke up one morning with a burning in her mouth and a slight tingling in her toes. Forty eight hours later, she was completely paralyzed, unable to move anything but her eyelids. She spent 4 1/2 months in ICU's bed number 10, and an additional 6 1/2 months in a step down room in the hospital.

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In 1988, at the First Symposium on Healthcare Design, Sue Baier, author of Bed Number Ten, held an audience of 500 on the edge of their seats as she spent an hour describing her personal experience with Guillian-- Barre syndrome, and the impact the hospital facilities had on her treatment, rehabilitation, and recovery.

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