Rotary constructs ramp for the Hanley family

The ramp crew of the Madison County Rotary Club constructed its 809th handicap ramp for Jeremy and Larry Hanley on Black Berry Lane in Danielsville Thursday, March 11. Both father and son are being supported by Willovema Hanley, Larry’s wife, with the assistance of their other son, Wesley. Both Jeremy and Larry have had significant medical challenges. Jeremy has recently suffered a serious stroke and with the addition of the ramp, will soon be able to return home from the hospital. Larry has had hip surgery and he will also make good use of the 24-foot ramp. Once again, the Rotary Club ramp crew was able to assist a hard-working family, club leaders said. Willovema worked for years at Northside Hospital and Larry drove hazardous cargo trucks, most recently for Country Boys propane. The volunteers and Rotarians on the ramp crew consisted of Mitchell Hill, Walton Hill, Ed Brown, Bruce Gandy, Johnny Minish, Don Sullinger, Alan Phillips, Wade Scarboro, David McGuiness, Artry Bishop and Harry Rice.


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