You’ll read how 12-year-old David Davey survived nine months in the hospital, recovering from polio. When Dave was attending Wayne State University, he recognized God had a purpose for his life, and how he spent the rest of his life fulfilling that purpose. Dave helped change the mission of Goodwill Industries from resale stores to changing lives through rehabilitation and professional job skills training. Dave’s work with Senator Bob Dole on the National Barrier-Free Architectural and Transportation Board helped develop the standards for the Americans with Disabilities Act in 1990.
Your attention will be captivated when you read about Dave and Anne’s experience when they slept in a lovely motel room full of Black Widow Spiders, how a ship was held in port for several hours as the staff devised a plan to get Dave aboard, and why they slept in the same penthouse room where President Kennedy once slept.