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Saint Francis honors rehab success
Fourteen individuals have been recognized by Saint Francis Medical Center for outstanding achievements in their individual rehabilitation treatment programs and were inducted to the Saint Francis Rehabilitation "Wall of Fame."
A ceremony was held recently to honor these patients, their rehabilitation therapists and those individuals and organizations making significant contributions in the lives of people with disabilities.
"Our annual rehabilitation ceremony applauds the victories patients with disabilities have made through rehabilitation," said Dale Rauh, Saint Francis rehabilitation services director.
Saint Francis Rehabilitation 2004 "Wall of Fame" inductees include Gerald Dame, Wolf Lake, Ill.; Charles Davis, Ullin, Ill.; Dorothy Huff, Benton, Mo.; Braid Kilgore, New Madrid, Mo.; Tim Jennings, Dexter, Mo.; John McAllister, Gordonville; Charles Moit, Chaffee, Mo.; Adam Pedigo, Zalma, Mo.; Vernon Raines, Scott City; Roy Surface, Chaffee; Ronald Talley, Scott City; Barbara Trankler, Cape Girardeau; Elizabeth Winfield, Sikeston, Mo.; and Jered Wolk, Ste. Genevieve.