Former Navy Commander Giesemann to Speak at Evanston Hospital




Suzanne Giesemann

Chicago IANDS will host former U.S. Navy Commander Suzanne Giesemann at 2 p.m., February 10, in the Frank Auditorium at Evanston Hospital. She holds a master’s degree in national security affairs and has served as special assistant to the chief of naval operations and an aide to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (during 9/11). Now, after a life-changing, near-death experience, Giesemann is an evidential medium and author of 23 books.

       In addition to her writing, she gives private readings, connecting people with their loved ones that have passed and addresses questions about the purpose of life, the nature of reality and attuning to higher consciousness.

       An acclaimed inspirational speaker, her gift of communication with those on the other side provides stunning evidence of life after death. Her work has been recognized as highly credible by afterlife researcher Gary E. Schwartz and the late author Wayne Dyer.

Suggested donation is $20. Location: 2650 Ridge Ave. at Central, Evanston. For more information, call 847-251-5758 or visit ChicagoIands.org and SuzanneGiesemann.com.

 

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