Omaha man lost his feet, but his compassion remains

Full story: Omaha World-Herald
As the result of an accident last November, Terry Rothermund uses lower leg prostheses to get around. Full Story
Patty Schram Sell

Lincoln, NE

#1 Oct 4, 2009
Thank you for printing the story about my cousin Terry Rothermund. I am so proud of him. He has had his share of trials and tribulations and as far as I am concerned he is an inspiration to us all. I hope Terry's conversation with Mr. Grass will help him go foreward in a positive manner. Terry, you have touched my heart as you have the rest of the family.

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