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I live and work in Pima County, Arizona, where I oversee the REACH Wellness Program for R.E.Darling. I’m the mother of three and a life-long runner and will be completing the Ogden Marathon in May, San Diego Rock N Roll Marathon in June and NYC Marathon in November.

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How R.E. Darling Lost 440lbs & Saved $700,000

Posted on April 17, 2012 at 8:28am 0 Comments

You can’t believe how happy I was when my company’s wellness coach told me, “you’ve lost over 400 pounds!”  It was even better that she wasn’t talking about just me, but the 85 other people I work with!

 My name is Lynn Cosgrove and I’m the Human Resources Specialist at …

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