Tom Bury, left, Cheryl Torrenueva and Robert Irvine, of “Restaurant: Impossible,” pose for a picture with Milesburg resident Rose Marshall, third from left. Marshall, who has cancer, crossed another item off her bucket list after greeting the Food Network star.
Tom Bury, left, Cheryl Torrenueva and Robert Irvine, of “Restaurant: Impossible,” pose for a picture with Milesburg resident Rose Marshall, third from left. Marshall, who has cancer, crossed another item off her bucket list after greeting the Food Network star. Photo provided
Tom Bury, left, Cheryl Torrenueva and Robert Irvine, of “Restaurant: Impossible,” pose for a picture with Milesburg resident Rose Marshall, third from left. Marshall, who has cancer, crossed another item off her bucket list after greeting the Food Network star. Photo provided

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