Pay It Forward – Millstadt woman serving as surrogate for sister

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BELLEVILLE, Ill. – Two sisters who are also best friends will soon share an even stronger bond.

Kyle and Kayce Ketrow of Belleville tried to have a baby four times through in-vitro fertilization, but each attempt failed. About a year ago, Kayce's sister, Courtney Boron of Millstadt, said she would be a surrogate mother. Her generous gift of unselfishness led Kyle to nominate his sister-in-law for our Pay It Forward award – a $500 gift card from First Bank.

If you would like to nominate a deserving person for the award, visit and look for the Pay It Forward page.

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