Flossy F. – Traveling the World by Go-Go

Flossy F. was exploring the sights in Williamsburg, Va., when she had an idea. Although Flossy loved her Go-Go® Travel Mobility Scooter, she realized the cobblestone streets in the colonial town made things a bit bumpy. Flossy approached Pride® Mobility Products and challenged the company to create a Go-Go with a smoother ride. Thanks toContinue reading “Flossy F. – Traveling the World by Go-Go”

Sylvia Longmire – Discovering Her Limits

For Sylvia Longmire, there is nothing greater than discovering the boundaries of her abilities. Her passion for traveling and her dedication to serving the disabled community has pushed her farther than she ever thought possible. After a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) twelve years ago, Sylvia discovered a way to continue living her life. ThroughContinue reading “Sylvia Longmire – Discovering Her Limits”

Stephanie W: Making the Most of Her Mobility

As a wife, mother and grandmother, family is important to Stephanie W. Even with limited mobility, she makes time for what matters most in her life and enjoys every second of it. Stephanie was diagnosed with polio as a child. As she ages, it’s harder for her to walk around. Thanks to her Go Chair®, StephanieContinue reading “Stephanie W: Making the Most of Her Mobility”

Nancy Byler – Cruising in her Go Chair®

Nancy was born and raised in Whittier, California. She moved to Twin Falls, Idaho, to teach geography and geology at the College of Southern Idaho. Later, she was diagnosed with a slow progressing form of ALS, and decided to retire to Tucson, Arizona. Her medical condition has not slowed Nancy down at all. She uses herContinue reading “Nancy Byler – Cruising in her Go Chair®”

MJ McColgan – For the Love of Sports

As a Special Olympic National Golf Champion, Michael “MJ” McColgan knows a thing or two about sports. Inspired by great athletes, MJ strives to surpass his limits and achieve great things. Born in Birmingham, Michigan, MJ was diagnosed with a strain of cerebral palsy. His limited mobility has not stopped him from making his markContinue reading “MJ McColgan – For the Love of Sports”

Michael “Slinky” Slotwinski – The Athlete Inside

Ask Michael “Slinky” Slotwinski what he does, and he’ll tell you a number of his hobbies and interests. However, ask him what he doesn’t do, and he’ll have just one answer. “I don’t let life pass me by,” Slinky said. “In the past, I did a lot of sitting. Now, thanks to Pride® products, I’mContinue reading “Michael “Slinky” Slotwinski – The Athlete Inside”

Linda Bush – Enjoying Life

Life is full of challenges and Linda Bush has faced her fair share. Linda has battled breast and uterine cancer, and she has also been diagnosed with lumbar and foraminal stenosis, which causes swelling in her spine. It is difficult for Linda to stand or walk for long periods or distances. When Linda’s husband, John,Continue reading “Linda Bush – Enjoying Life”

Kendall Stier – Above the Competition

When facing a competition, Kendall Stier never backs down. As a skilled athlete, she loves to compete and doesn’t let her disability hold her back. Kendall is a twin. She and her sister, Madison, were both born premature and Kendall was diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Despite her disability, Kendall is an accomplished athlete. She participates inContinue reading “Kendall Stier – Above the Competition”

Gary R: Adventuring on His Go-Go®

After 47 years of being a tool and die maker, Gary R. admits it’s hard to explain his former career to others. His work in the manufacturing industry ranged from producing containers or closures, to cell phone parts or deodorant bottles.  “It’s hard to describe the impact I have had on people’s lives from behindContinue reading “Gary R: Adventuring on His Go-Go®”

Clifton Lewis: Helping Those with MD Live the Good Life

Clifton was born and raised in Nanticoke, Pennsylvania, and currently resides in Goodyear, Arizona.  Growing up, Clifton was an athlete and his passion was playing basketball, but when he was in college, he started to notice his right arm getting weaker. Two years after seeing a doctor and physical therapist, he was diagnosed with limb-girdleContinue reading “Clifton Lewis: Helping Those with MD Live the Good Life”