RACHEL PENTECOST

RACHEL PENTECOST

Rachel Pentecost's life forever changed on May 21, 2013. She was leaving a church revival on a rainy night in Kentucky when she was involved in a horrific car accident.

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MATT BULOW

I am an amputee, a diabetic and a cancer survivor. These challenges have changed how I live my life, but they do not define my life. They are merely obstacles that every day I must overcome so I can concentrate on what does define me and what really matters; my roles as a father, a husband and a prosthetist in my own company, Bulow Orthotic & Prosthetic Solutions.

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MATT BULOW
JEAN-BAPTISTE ALAIZE

JEAN-BAPTISTE ALAIZE

In 1994 at age 3, Jean-Baptiste became a victim of the genocide in Burundi that changed his life forever. Barbarians armed with machetes entered his house and took him and his mother. 

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BEN MAENZA U.S.M.C.

Ben Maenza lost both of his legs above the knee in October of 2010 performing combat operations in Afghanistan while serving in the United States Marine Corps.

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BEN MAENZA U.S.M.C.
DAVID PACZKO

DAVID PACZKO

In the spring of 1998, at the age of 47, David began to experience lower back pain. After 30 days, the pain continued. An MRI ordered by his PCP indicated a 9.5cm X 9.5cm mass on his left hip, which was just beginning to encroach on his sciatic nerve.

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Cheryl Boss

“Having a world class athlete like Matt Bulow on your team inspires you to go for the gold in your own life. We all face many challenges in our life, thanks to Bulow OPS my legs are not one of them.” 

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Cheryl Boss

HERB JONES

Bulow OPS patient Herb Jones tells his story of losing his leg below the knee due to a work accident. Jones connected with Matt Bulow and has been able to return to playing and teaching music only three months after receiving his prosthesis.

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VINCENT HARRIGAN

On November 20, 2013, Mr. Vincent Harrigan was riding his Victory Tour motorcycle on a quiet, two-lane country road. As he rounded a curve, there was a white automobile nearing in the opposite direction, impeding on his half of the road.

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VINCENT HARRIGAN
FRANK WALL

FRANK WALL

Frank Wall’s life flashed before his eyes on May 31, 2008 when he pulled over to help a stranded driver on I-24 in Clarksville, Tennessee. As Wall stepped out of his car, an impaired driver violently veered onto the shoulder and struck him.

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WHITNEY HARRIS

Whitney is an incredible example of a person with limb loss living a full and independent life!

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WHITNEY HARRIS
DANIEL LUCKETT

DANIEL LUCKETT

Daniel Luckett lost his leg and part of his foot on Mother’s Day, May 11, 2008, in northwest Baghdad. After ten months of recovery at Walter Reed Army Hospital, he returned to his unit in Fort Campbell, Kentucky. He found Matt Bulow through the Wounded Warrior Project and fellow soldier and amputee, Staff Sgt. Alexander Shaw. Luckett knew he needed new prostheses for the next deployment, and he knew he needed them quickly.

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ZION REDINGTON

Zion Redington was born in China with one finger on each hand and one toe on each foot. At the age of six, Zion had both feet amputated due to the extent of his congenital birth defects.

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ZION REDINGTON