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What you've all been waiting for.....pictures of our members!


 

(Keep in mind that some of these photos are older and were taken at the IWRC Conference in Niagara Falls NY - in 1996 - so consider this a 'walk down memory lane'!)

 

Submit YOUR storiesTo submit your original photos, please send them as attachments in jpeg format with an image quality of 150-300 dpi in an email to:  TWLRID @ gmail.com  
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Group picture

of WLREHAB members at the IWRC Conference in Niagara Falls, 1996

 

Deb Adams

Marcia & Ken Barber

Curt Clumpner

Cindy Cook

 

Carolyn Corsiglia

Dr. Ronda DeVold

Hope Douglas

Debbie Fesko

 

 

Lisa Fosco

Marge Gibson

Cathy Gidner-Worthington

Robyn Graboski

 

Karl Grantmyre

Margie Hanrahan

Guy Hodge

Pat Isaacs

 

Loretta Jones

Mary-Catharine Kuruziak

Nancy Lamica

Miriam Lawrence

 

Joe MacLeod

Dr. Mark Pokras

Helen Porter

Louise Sagaert

 

Jennie Sauer

Louise Shimmel

Mary Stafford

Charity Uman

 

Vicky Voskig

     
 
 

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