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Dear Friends and Family,

In August, 2012, our son Bob was swimming in the ocean off Atlantic City, enjoying a late summer weekend with friends. Bob loves the ocean and swimming but on this day he took one casual dive into a seemly innocent looking wave and in an instant his life was changed forever. Bob hit the wave at the wrong angle and suffered a severe fracture to the C-5 vertebra in his neck. This catastrophic injury resulted in severe spinal cord damage leaving him paralyzed below the chest and with very limited movement in his arms.

Updates (1)

December 6, 2019

More recently in 2018 Bob completed two Master's Degrees, one in music composition and one in computer science. Bob is also now much more independent driving his own adaptive van. Bob is currently exploring employment options.


December 25, 2019

Linda's book club wishes you a Merry Chrisatmas!
Carrie, Happy,Janette, Janice, Linda S., Lynn, Sandy

Linda's Book club

December 3, 2016

So thrilled to hear that you will be driving soon. You are an amazing person, Bob. Keep up the great work!

Randi & Dan Newman (Justin's Kroll's parents)

March 8, 2013

Hi Bob, look soon for additional fundraiser info from Jamie C. Ask your friends to Save the Date! Community Handbell Concert "Bells without Borders", Sunday, April 14th, 3:30 PM in the Great Hall at Avondale Presbyterian Church, 420 Pennsylvania Avenue, Avondale, PA 19311. You are one of 3 young men who will benefit from our freewill offering! Much love!

Peggy Watkins/West Grove, PA