Lee Udall Bennion

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Lee Udall Bennion

Artist, Founder of Mom's Stuff
February 3, 2021

Lee Udall Bennion

Join us this week as we talk with Lee Udall Bennion – well-known artist and founder of small business Mom’s Stuff. Lee talks to us about how – and why – she ended up turning a hobby of making homemade, locally-sourced salves to help her husband who is a potter and a boatman care for his beaten up hands, into a skincare product business. When she was diagnosed with Cushing’s Disease, it became clear that her family’s approach to simple living was no match against the U.S. healthcare insurance.

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