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<p style="margin: 20px 0px; padding: 0px; caret-color: rgb(102, 102, 102); color: rgb(102, 102, 102); font-family: lato, "Helvetic Neue", Arial, san-serif; font-size: 18px;">Why do we ask someone for coffee, for lunch, for a drink or for dinner to see how they are — rather, than a visit? And a Stevie Wonder classic.</p><p style="margin: 20px 0px; padding: 0px; caret-color: rgb(102, 102, 102); color: rgb(102, 102, 102); font-family: lato, "Helvetic Neue", Arial, san-serif; font-size: 18px;">Listen for the bell!!</p>
Gary McPherson: pioneer for people with disabilities, visionary, executive, family man and everybody’s friend.
Gary’s voice was a strong advocate of reason and negotiability.
When Gary passed away in 2010, few people carried his vision on. Sadly, we see it today: people with disabilities are being overlooked and not being heard.
Gary was a dear friend of mine who opened many doors for me since 1979.
This site is now dedicated to Gary’s legacy.
I am going to try — in my own voice — to carry on his legacy. But nobody did things like Gary.
I miss you every day, my friend .
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