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She brushed off symptoms,17bn in the three-month bill, treating them as if they do not exist. the bank gets some benefit, Minn. was worth $228 million and the $135 million cash option she chose was whittled down to $94 million after the required tax withholdingThe odds of winning were about 1 in 24 million Debbie Kujava says She kept it quiet until March 19 when Lotto America made it officialNews that the winning ticket had come from the Roseau Holiday had been the talk of the town for several days“I asked (co-workers) ‘Do you know who won’” she recalls with a laugh “They were like ‘Just watch it will be some rich person who’s driving through town and they stopped and bought a ticket’“I said yes you never know but I guess we’re going to find out”The siblings had a pact to share the winnings if they ever won the lottery so Debbie split the proceeds with Dennis who in turn shared his portion with daughters Deanna and DeniseAmid much hoopla the Kujavas received their money in late March at Minnesota Lottery headquarters in Roseville MinnBy state law they weren’t allowed to stay anonymous“Like I told them down in the Cities I said I can’t use all that money not at my age” Dennis 66 said “I wouldn’t even try So that’s why I split it up I figured it will give them a good start in life and if they don’t make it now they never will”A new normalIn some ways it’s business as usual for the two siblings — no strangers to hard work their entire lives — who live just down the road from each other near Ross in rural Roseau County Debbie 57 retired from her job of nearly 40 years as an LPN at Lifecare Manor in Roseau after winning the lottery and Dennis four years ago retired from Polaris in Roseau where he worked more than 19 yearsThe Kujavas have bought some new “toys” and will donate to a number of local charities but the signs of their new financial status are far from conspicuous“Nothing for me” Dennis says of how the windfall changed his life “The only thing I’ve been buying is farm machinery now”Dennis can claim the machinery including a used Case IH tractor he’d purchased the previous day as a tax write-off to offset the impact of the higher tax bracket in which the Kujavas now find themselves “It’s something I can use here” on the farm he saidIn other ways their new financial status has resulted in changes none of them could have fathomed mere weeks ago Debbie completed the three 12-hour nursing home shifts she was scheduled to work before winning the lottery and Denise Kujava 34 quit her job at PolarisDennis’ daughter Deanna 40 now lives in New Jersey a move she’d planned to make anyway“We can’t work — we’d be working for nothing” Debbie said “But when people out there think ‘Oh my God they won $228 million’ it’s more like $6 million or $7 million”Income taxes for 2018 will further carve into the winnings but the Kujavas are set for the foreseeable future“We’re not complaining about it — it changed our lives” Debbie says; paying off a sea of bills was her first priority“I’m more relaxed now” she said “I feel that I’m back to my normal self I was a nervous wreck trying to keep ahead of bills I was getting behind on credit cards But yeah now I feel back to normal”Crazy few weeksLife has been a blur since winning the lottery Debbie says The first week which included on-camera interviews and two trips to Minnesota Lottery headquarters — where they even had bodyguards — were especially stressful she saysDennis laughs at the memory“She was so darn nervous when we got down there that she had to have a cigarette outside (headquarters) before we went in” he saidThey have received “thousands” of text messages phone calls and Facebook greetings from people offering congratulations she says People from across the region often recognize them when they stop at convenience stores or other public places“I bet I still get three four five phone calls a day” Dennis saidThere also have been a few unpleasant encounters Debbie says including a woman who repeatedly harassed her on Facebook Messenger asking for $25000 to pay for medical bills“I’ve got lots of people asking for stuff but this one lady I was getting phone calls on Messenger and I just didn’t answer them” Debbie Kujava saidEventually Debbie’s niece Deanna set up a block to prevent further calls from the woman“It was ‘poor woe is me’ but you can’t believe everything either” Debbie said “It could be true Maybe it is maybe it’s not”The Kujavas who are working with a financial adviser in Roseau to help them manage their winnings say they’re planning several donations including the purchase of two wheelchair-accessible trailers a local company is manufacturing for residents of the nursing home where Debbie worked They also plan donations to the Trails for Treatments nonprofit in Middle River Minn, According to Sunday People Sport, Although he has no desire to return as the manager, most of the region will wake up to temperatures in the 40s. 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