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Dear Family and Friends:

As many of you know, our son Kei had a catastrophic accident in February 2011. Since then, Kei spent 15 days in intensive care and over 110 days in the hospital and rehab. Kei is now coming home to his family, and to new challenges.

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January 11, 2018

We did not update Kei's progress for the past couple of years. Please accept our apology. Kei has been getting stronger than before. He goes to some rehab and some wheelchair tennis lessons, working for sport gear trading corporation and using his English and Japanese bilingual skill sets. Kei's challenge continues while his parents are getting aged and older. Your continuous help and support for Kei will be greatly appreciated.

January 11, 2018

Kei has been getting strong enough to take care of himself better than before. He started challenging a wheelchair tennis about two years ago. His college varsity tennis team member experience helped him to catch up with his wheelchair tennis. He would like to challenge against Mr. David Wagner, World No.1 champion some time in future.

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January 5, 2012

Wishing you lots of luck and many smiles

The Haraguchi Family/Tokyo

October 15, 2011

Dear Usami Family,

(Looks like this site does not support Japanese...So, I'm writing again)
We are shocked to hear what happened to Kei-kun. Having a son of similar age ourselves, we empathize with you totally.
How has he doing lately? Did he go back to school?
We are confident that Kei-kun can overcome this challenge of his life. We are pray for Kei-kun for his quick and smooth recovery.

The Gills

August 10, 2011

Hi Kei,

This is Mrs. Trifone I am so sorry about your accident but I do know you have such a positive "can do " attitude. I would love my swim team to fund raise for your cause. I remember you as such a role model, kind, enthusiastic and passionate about life! Let me know if there is anything I can do to help and if you need therapy in the water I would love to help you there.

Marjorie Trifone