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A Walk in My Shoes- Pat Nau

July 24, 2023 Comments Off on A Walk in My Shoes- Pat Nau

My name is Pat Nau.  I moved to Green Valley in 2012 and learned about a new sport gaining popularity called Pickle Ball. I was so intrigued by the game that I immediately signed up to take lessons.  I enjoyed this game and began playing at least four times per week.  It provided exercise as…

A Walk in My Shoes- Trevor Davenport

July 24, 2023 Comments Off on A Walk in My Shoes- Trevor Davenport

10 years ago, my good friend Tony (Hom) was diagnosed with ALS. He was everything you could have asked for in a buddy, neighbor, father and husband – he was kind, giving, funny, a fellow technology nerd and a horrible poker player.Undoubtedly, there is fear and helplessness that accompanies an ALS diagnosis but sitting on…

A Walk in My Shoes- Ray Kludys

July 24, 2023 Comments Off on A Walk in My Shoes- Ray Kludys

“Life is short / It can pass you by / It can all be gone in a blink of an eye Go for it now / While you still can / You may not pass this way again.” -lyrics from “Slip Away”, original song by Ray Kludys on 355 Bleecker My name is Ray Kludys.…

A Walk in My Shoes- Connie Milton Collaborative

July 24, 2023 Comments Off on A Walk in My Shoes- Connie Milton Collaborative

A young baby became a lovely woman full of determination, joy and love for everyone.  As a collective of family and friends we – her family of 61 years – are honoring our friend and all the goodness she brought to our lives, and the lives of everyone she met. Joy: At an early age…

A Walk in My Shoes- Chris Proudfoot

July 24, 2023 Comments Off on A Walk in My Shoes- Chris Proudfoot

Chris Proudfoot is living a life filled with adventure and purpose.  After serving three years in the army, he transitioned to civilian life with the same vigor and determination.  Chris is always on the move, seeking out new experiences and challenging himself physically and mentally.  He is a true inspiration and continued to live an…

A Walk in My Shoes- Jason Barajas

July 24, 2023 Comments Off on A Walk in My Shoes- Jason Barajas

I was around 7 years old in the year 2000 when my father showed symptoms and was diagnosed with ALS. Ultimately, after an 8 year battle my father would pass in July of 2008 when I was in high school. With ALS being all, I knew as a child, naturally it has shaped my life.…