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May 24, 2011
Thank you so very much to Eunice Kennedy Shriver for starting the Special olympics. I love being part of the Special olympics. Thanks you for all you have done for the people that are in the special olympics. may you rest in peace.
May 10, 2011
Because of her love for her sister, my cousin Buddy is the recipient of much love and exceptance. Thank you Mrs Shriver. Godspeed!
April 2, 2011
My family will always remember the many years with our Katie at Special Olympics.
Katie was born with Down Syndrome and hearing impairment; however, she was able to live in a group home as an adult and live with assistance. She enjoyed over 30 years in Special Olympics bowling, gymnastics, and track and field. Katie loved Special Olympics and all of us have at least one of her many medals. She was very proud and so were we. Katie passed away on St. Patrick's Day in 2008. My family will never forget your contribution to Katie and all the others with intellectual disability. The Kennedy family spurred forward research and education for this population.
Thank you so much.

Linda Buckland Lanier
January 29, 2011
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
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