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The Afterlife: Author Sheryl Hill/Medium Necole Stephens

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What awaits for us after we transition? Our guests will share their intriguing perspectives.

About Necole: Necole has dedicated her life to the helping and healing of others.Necole Stephens....is a spiritual conduit between the physical world and the afterlife. She is a Spirit Medium and she will deliver evidential messages from the other side that will have great meaning to you and validate the existence of your loved ones in the Afterlife. Even for the skeptic, your session will leave you enlightened and wanting more. She has dedicated her life to the helping and healing of others. She is a bereaved parent and founder of a non profit 501(c)3 organization, in loving memory of her son, Zachary Tompkins. Zachary was a healthy, athletic 11 year old boy who passed unexpectedly in his sleep in March 2010.

Her website is www.necolestephens.com

About Sheryl: Sheryl is mother to Tyler Hill (1991-2007) who died a preventable death on a People to People Student Ambassador Trip to Japan.

For decades Sheryl was an award winning IT professional with US West and Honeywell Information Systems, primarily in healthcare major markets.

Her first book, "Walking on Sunshine, NRG - A Divine Transformation," is a USA Book News award winning finalist.

In June, 2011, Sheryl and her husband, Allen, launched ClearCause Foundation to protect and inform America's children and students who are encouraged to go on student trips, cultural exchange and study abroad programs in a $20 billion federally unregulated industry. www.clearcausefoundation.org

Sheryl is a World Speaker, American Pen Woman, and member of IANDS and Women, Wisdom & Wine.

Her website is: www.walkingonsunshine.org

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