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Raising Teresa: My extraordinary journey with my deaf daughter
Written By Terry Gasaway with Don Hensley
Teresa was like every other baby. She was bubbly, chunky and she stole the hearts of everyone she came in contact with – simply put, she was perfect. However, at 17 months, she contracted pneumococcal meningitis. While the doctors were able to save her, it came with a heavy price. The illness left her profoundly deaf in both ears, and the amount of medicine used to keep her alive caused Type 1 diabetes. The year was 1985, well before the internet, so access to information was limited. But Terry Gasaway made a commitment to his daughter that day that he would become her biggest advocate.
Raising Teresa: My Extraordinary Journey with My Deaf Daughter takes the reader on a an emotional roller coaster as a dad tells the story of raising his deaf daughter in a hearing world. From learning to communicate with her to teaching her to drive, he is there for every peak and every valley. Now, 37 years later, Terry shares his story with the world, hoping that others, who may find themselves on a similar path with only questions and fears to keep them company, may take comfort in knowing they are not alone.
Everyone Counts: Faith, Family & My Life in Baseball
Written By Don Hensley Jr.
For nearly four decades Lou Brunswick coached his Coldwater baseball team to 750 wins. Along the way he earned every honor imaginable – including being named to the Ohio Baseball Coaches Association's Hall of Fame. But to think of Lou as only a great baseball coach is shortsighted.
Everyone Counts: Faith, Family and My Life in Baseball takes the reader on a journey from the Mercer County farmlands where he grew up, to the low minor leagues where the fields were hardly diamonds. It shares the heartbreak of war, the jubilation of winning five state championships and has more coaching tips than you can imagine.
A great coach and an even greater gentlemen, Lou Brunswick’s story is one that will take you back to a simpler time and remind us why we fell in love with baseball.