Vicky Joseph says she was "haunted" by her mother's experience surviving the Holocaust.
The 56-year-old Naperville, Illinois mother of two was so moved by her mother's experience -- and by the young woman who risked her life to protect her -- that she has dedicated her life to helping others.
Were it not for the help of Jeanne Dusorren, who recently turned 91, Joseph's mother Evelyn Markell, now 77, might have died. Risking death or torture at the hands of the Nazis, Dusorren hid Markell and her family in the Netherlands until they were safely smuggled out of the country.
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