Read full article on Kaiser News. Cheryl and Corrina Thinn were almost joined at the hip. The sisters, both members of the Navajo Nation, shared an office at Arizona’s Tuba City Regional Health Care. Cheryl conducted reviews to make sure patients were receiving adequate care. Corrina was a social worker. Their desks were just inches apart.
They lived together, with their mother, Mary Thinn. They helped raise each other’s children.
And they died just weeks apart, at ages 40 and 44, after falling ill with COVID-19. Our deepest condolences to the Thinn Family. May the Creator bring you peace.