Byline: CAITLYN GRIBBIN
FOR eight years cancer plagued Suzanne Cooper's life.
First, her mother died after a battle with breast cancer. Her father was a victim of prostate cancer six years later.
But instead of dwelling on the devastating situation, she decided to turn her pain into a positive by helping others affected by the disease.
"I wanted to fundraise because of what happened to my parents," Mrs Cooper said.
In the past, she has held Australia's Biggest Morning Tea fundraisers but decided to utilise the skills of her good friends in the Country Pink stitching group to extend her efforts.
"I went to a breast cancer …