Larry inherited a form of muscular dystrophy and in the last ten years has transitioned from using a cane to a wheelchair for mobility. Larry joined the DAC board in 2012. Asked why he chose DAC he stated: “My body is going, but I still have my mind. If I just sit, my mind will go too. So, I want to stay active and try to make a difference – that’s why I am working with DAC. Nobody can help the disabled like the disabled can. DAC is making a big difference in people’s lives.” Larry is also a veteran and works very hard to make sure that services are offered to disabled Veterans returning home from war.