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Former aide gets cancer, sues
Jeannie Sawyer thinks her incurable lung
cancer was caused by exposure to asbestos and PCBs at Wilsonville Primary
Friday, September 17, 2004, By: AIMEE GREEN
WILSONVILLE -- An employee of
the former Wilsonville Primary School said Thursday that she is suing the
West Linn-Wilsonville School District for $3 million for allegedly
exposing her to carcinogens she claims gave her incurable lung cancer.
Jeannie Sawyer worked as an
instructional assistant to special education children from 1992 to 1994 at
the school. She said she spent much of her time playing with children on
the floor, which was covered by cracking and deteriorating asbestos tile.
"Because of their negligence,
it's going to cost me my life, and that's a huge price to pay for a $7- or
$8-an-hour job," said Sawyer, 44, at a news conference Thursday.
Sawyer said she was exposed to
asbestos and polychlorinated biphenyls, also known as PCBs. The U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency fined the district more than $300,000 in
2000 -- six years after Sawyer's employment -- for mishandling PCBs, which
are carcinogenic, after a light fixture containing the substance leaked at
Wilsonville Primary. The district later worked out a settlement that
allowed it to avoid paying most of the fine.
Sawyer also said that the
district failed to notify her by letter, as it had other former employees,
of exposure to carcinogens.
She filed the lawsuit in
Clackamas County Circuit Court in June. Sawyer, who lives in Chandler,
Ariz., and was in the Portland area for a deposition, held a news
conference at the site of the old school Thursday morning. She said she
wanted to warn other former staff and students of the school that mild
ailments could be an indicator of cancer: "If you have any type of
symptom, like a cough or shortness of breath, go see your doctor."
Thursday afternoon, school
district attorney Peter Mersereau and superintendent Roger Woehl held a
news conference to counter Sawyer's statements.
Mersereau said there is no
reason for former staff and students to be concerned for their health.
"What we would not want to
happen is every time someone has a sore throat or a cough they start
thinking of cancer in regards to Wilsonville Primary," Mersereau said.
Mersereau said this is the
first lawsuit the West Linn-Wilsonville district has faced with someone
complaining that carcinogens in a school caused cancer. Mersereau said
there are many causes of cancer and he doesn't think Sawyer can trace her
cancer to Wilsonville Primary.
The 500-student Wilsonville
Primary was replaced by Boones Ferry Primary School in 2001. Wilsonville
Primary was demolished to make way for an Albertson's grocery store and
shopping center, Woehl said.
While PCBs were a problem in
1999 and may have been in 1998, Mersereau said, all PCB-containing light
fixtures are gone from the district today.
Mersereau said Wilsonville
Primary was fined three times in spring 2000 for failing to report or post
the existence of asbestos in the school, but he knows of no asbestos
exposure at Wilsonville Primary. Mersereau said some West Linn-Wilsonville
schools still have asbestos in them, but it is contained, and that the
situation "is no different than hundreds of buildings of the same age in
When Sawyer was asked Thursday
morning how she can pinpoint the cause of her cancer to two years at
Wilsonville Primary, she said there couldn't be another possible cause.
She said she uses natural cleaning chemicals in her home, has never smoked
and does not spend time around smokers.
"When you're diagnosed, you
spend a lot of time thinking how this can be," Sawyer said.
Sawyer's cancer is known as
non-small cell adenocarcinoma. She said she has been told that patients
diagnosed with her condition usually live three months to five years. She
is undergoing chemotherapy, although she said she can't be cured.
One of Sawyer's attorneys,
Michael Seidl, said Sawyer is suing for $3 million, but the law may limit
the amount she can collect to $200,000. Seidl was unsure of the timeline,
adding that it is possible Sawyer won't be alive when the lawsuit is
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