Thursday, February 3, 2011


Here is the link to the website that will contain information, pictures, and updates on the project to bring Josh home.

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

News Story

Here are a couple of links about the news story on Joshua and on the project to renovate his home in order to make it wheelchair accessible. He is currently at Walter Reed Medical Center and he hopes to make it home after he goes through the medical board process, which will medically discharge him from the military.The medical board process usually takes anywhere from eight months to a year.,AAAAGuN0bcE~,rS1wzGXkRNlEDAdFzf_RQ0PPKRz0-mR5&bclid=590068299001&bctid=745108409001.

Above is a link to a news story by WJLA ABC 7 on the house renovation project.

If you interested in donating or getting involved in some way, below is the link to the charity organization coordinating the house construction effort.

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Link to Radford News Article

The Radford University website contains an article written about Josh. Here is the link to the article.

Also, Josh is moving to receive treatment at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in DC. This is a permanent transfer.

Friday, April 30, 2010

ESPN U's Video Segment on Josh and the family

Here is the link to ESPN U's video segment on Josh and the family during my sister's game.

Friday, April 16, 2010

TV Interviews

Here is a link to one of the local news video presentation.

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Media interviews with Josh

Last night was my sister's "Senior Night" for softball at Radford University. The entire family went down to Radford to watch the game including Josh. Here is a link to an article written by the Roanoke Times that includes the details.

There were also video interviews with a couple of local news channels as well as ESPN U. ESPN U will be broadcasting the interview with Josh and my parents during my sister's game on April 25th. I am still waiting to get a link to other local news channels that interviewed Josh. So stay posted...

Monday, April 5, 2010

Update on Josh

Josh is doing well. He has certainly come a long way since the beginning. This Sunday, we were able to enjoy a nice Easter dinner with the family and some close friends of the family (the Hills, Brian, and Kristyn) at the Fisher house in Richmond.

Josh is rock'n the power chair. He is able to use both of his hands to maneuver around. This is different from before, because now he is using a chair that looks more like a manual chair than an electrical chair. As far as his health, he is stable. Josh has had nothing in terms of surgeries or injuries.