10 Most Beautiful 2013
It’s finally time to announce the winners of this year’s 10 Most Beautiful Women competition.
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Growing up, it wasn’t Cinderella or any other Disney princess Stephanie Woodall idolized. It was her grandmother—her nearly deaf, kind-hearted grandmother “She was always a giving person,” Stephanie says. She taught Stephanie that beauty was being kind and giving to others, and today, Stephanie teaches her own son and daughter the same definition. A stay-at-home mom, Stephanie is constantly running around helping with the needs of Major Don’s Army, an organization that provides all-expenses-paid weekend trips to Branson to families dealing with life-threatening illness or cancer. Stephanie packs up her two kids and heads to the store to buy groceries the families will need during their stay. “The kids each get a cart, and they get a sense of the importance of charity work,” she says. On top of the three to seven hours a week Stephanie volunteers for Major Don’s Army, she and her husband Chip, a cancer surgeon at Cox Hospital, started the Colo-Rectal Awareness Program (CRAP) four years ago to help raise money to pay for colonoscopies for those who can’t afford them.
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