Update: Executive Injured in Boston Marathon

Thank you to everyone who has supported Rebekah Gregory over the last year – This year Rebekah attended the annual Corporate Housing Providers Association annual meeting to express her gratitude in person. Rebekah has been through a lot including over 16 surgeries in an attempt to save her leg. It has now been decided that they will need to remove her leg after all. Rebekah is a great inspiration. Read More

GREAT NEWS:  Rebekah got Married! Congratulations Rebekah & Pete. Read more from People Magazine.

“It may have been pouring rain in Asheville, N.C., on Friday, but underneath a tent filled with flowers it felt like the sun was shining.

That’s because Rebekah Gregory and Pete DiMartino, who were gravely injured in last April’s Boston Marathon bombing, were standing together, exchanging vows in front of family and friends who at one time had worried this day might never come.

The couple was positioned at the finish line of the Marathon on April 15, 2013, watching DiMartino’s mom run. When the first bomb exploded, they were both sent flying, Gregory ultimately losing functionality in her left leg, DiMartino suffering injuries to his Achilles tendon and requiring reconstructive surgery on his eardrums.”

Original Post: Rebekah Gregory, an Account Executive with Preferred Corporate Housing, was seriously injured in the recent bombing attacks at the finish line of the Boston Marathon on April 15th. Rebekah, who currently resides in Houston, TX, was attending the event with her boyfriend and 5-year old son, Noah. All three were seriously injured in the blast zone and were taken to separate hospitals where Rebekah and her boyfriend have undergone several surgeries. Rebekah’s family, who also reside in Houston, rushed to be by her side late on Monday evening.  The most recent updates that we have received say that Rebekah and her boyfriend are in stable condition, but are still undergoing treatment for several injuries to their legs and arms. Noah is also recovering from injuries to his lungs and other minor scrapes and bruises.

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