Curtis and Heidi Vance's story has been publicized in many newspapers and magazines. Please feel free to read these articles:
Till Death Us Do Part, The
Middlebury Magazine, Fall, 2001.
If You Can Dream It, It Will Happen, The
Loomis Chaffee Magazine, Summer, 2001.
Curtis Vance Event to Fight ALS, The
Caledonian Record, June 21, 2001.
Curtis Vance Foundation Seeks Meaning in ALS, The North Star Monthly, May, 2001. Written by Heidi Erdmann Vance.
Widowed at 25, Town Manager's Daughter Works to Honor Husband's Memory,
Wethersfield Life, February 1, 2001.
Foundation, Book Give Widow Drive, The Burlington Free Press, December 26, 2000. Written by Emily Stone (versions of this article also appeared in many newspapers around the state of Vermont).
Tears in Heaven, The Soap Opera Weekly, July 18, 2000.
A Celebration of Life- and Love. Danville woman throws reception for
husband claimed by ALS, The Burlington Free Press, May 20, 2000.
Community Healing Circle Goes On, The North Star Monthly,
A Letter to Curtis Roger Vance- son, brother, husband, relative and friend,
The North Star Monthly, January, 2000.
Widow Hopes to Start ALS Foundation, The Burlington Free Press,
December 25, 1999.
Healing in Danville is Something Very Special, The Caledonian
Record, October 23, 1999.
Danville's "Guiding Light" Actress to Perform Benefit for Curtis
Vance, The Caledonian Record, August 12, 1999.
Learning to Live While Preparing to Die, The North Star Monthly,
A Healing Circle, Vermont Family Turns to Community in Battle Against Lou
Gehrig's Disease, The Burlington Free Press, May
Curtis Vance and His Friends Join in the Search for the Power to Live,
The North Star Monthly, May 1999.