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Independent Living Resource Center
Carl Hall - We are submitting Carl Hall' name for the Nominate a Volunteer because of his involvement as a volunteer board member at Independent Living Resource Center and a volunteer for our ILRC Annual Golf Tournament as the co-chair. Carl came onto the board of directors in 2014 and has remained on the board and is a very strong advocate for persons with disabilities. You see, in 2010 Carl was in a very tragic car accident that left him paralyzed from the neck down. Through a lot of rehabilitation, he has regained some use of his right arm, but not with his left arm or legs. Not being able to walk or have the full use of both arms, has not stopped Carl from getting involved. When he learned what ILRC does for persons with disabilities, he felt he needed to be a part of this, and has and does a great job for advocating for persons with disabilities and working to make a difference for them. Carl has been co-chairing our ILRC Golf Tournament the last 3 years, and does a great job working along side the staff to secure sponsors, and teams and prizes all to raise money for the program. Carl always has a smile on his face, never negative and has a robust sense of humor. Carl is also a famous WSU Baseball player as well. Carl's attitude and belief that you can do whatever you want to do if you put your mind to it, not matter the circumstances is a true reflection of the type of person he is, and we are very proud to have him on our Board of Directors and volunteering his time with our board and golf fundraising and making a difference for persons with disabilities. You don't see the disability with Carl, you see someone who truly cares and never gives up.