This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about the owner of a swim school in Hobe Sound who was honored by the Red Cross for rescuing two boys from drowning. It was Mother’s Day. Chrstina Gillin-Theiss was walking with friends and family at Riviera Beach in Palm Beach County. They spotted two teenage boys being swept away from shore by a rip current. No lifeguards were nearby. So Christina plunged in. She is 5-foot-2 and weighs 124-pounds. The boys were bigger. But Christina pulled them to a jetty. She suffered a dislocated shoulder and was taken to a hospital. That hurts! I know. Once I dislocated my shoulder in the surf. Christina and her husband Bryan Theiss own Swim With Gills – a play on her maiden name. No one at the scene got the names of the boys. I’m Paul Janensch.