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Erin Cummings to focus on family, health

By August 23, 2017 No Comments

Detroit’s adopted little sister, actress Erin Cummings, recently penned a very emotional letter addressing her position with Mittens for Detroit, the charity she founded in 2010, while she was a co-star of the now canceled TV show “Detroit 1-8-7.” Essentially, she will be stepping down as board president and will no longer be an active member of the organization that purchased and distributed new mittens and gloves to children and adults in need.

She wrote: “As other events of my life have changed — career advances, getting married and facing off against cancer this past year — I’ve had to be honest with how much of myself I am able to dedicate to Mittens for Detroit. I know that I cannot be, at this point, what I once was for this organization and I feel confident that I am leaving it in the capable hands of our Board of Directors.”

Having completed 10 months of breast cancer treatment, Erin will turn her focus to her health and family, including her new husband, actor Tom Degnan.

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