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Dream home: Mother creates facility in Town of Wilson for disabled son, others

10:36 PM, Feb. 6, 2013
Kelly Jordan adjusts pillows for her son Zach, 23, earlier this week after transferring him from his wheelchair. Kelly is building a new home for Zach and other disabled people next door to her existing home.
Kelly Jordan adjusts pillows for her son Zach, 23, earlier this week after transferring him from his wheelchair. Kelly is building a new home for Zach and other disabled people next door to her existing home.
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Editor's note: This is one in an occasional series of articles about Sheboygan-area people going the extra mile to make Sheboygan and beyond a better place.

Zach Jordan was 4 years old when his mother accepted that the life she dreamed of for him would never happen.

She knew that Zach, now 23, had a severe form of cerebral palsy and a host of medical issues, but it wasn't until he got his first wheelchair that she really began to worry. ...

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