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Paying tribute to a leader who changed their world

Special Olympians, advocates laud Shriver

Chris Krysa (left) and David McNair have participated in Special Olympics for the past 10 years. David’s mother, Pamela, has coached her son and many other athletes. Chris Krysa (left) and David McNair have participated in Special Olympics for the past 10 years. David’s mother, Pamela, has coached her son and many other athletes. (Ellen Harasimowicz for The Boston Globe)
By Vivian Nereim
Globe Correspondent / August 12, 2009

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Sometimes Tyler Lagasse finds it easier to write his thoughts in journals than to speak them, and recently the 22-year-old Special Olympics athlete, who has autism, has been thinking and writing about Eunice Kennedy Shriver. (Full article: 824 words)

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