A True Story of Overcoming Seemingly Impossible Odds
Don Wedewer as an Army Private with his brother James 1944 (Photo Courtesy of Nancy and Bill Feld)
Damage to the 15th General Hospital from a V-1 hit, Liège, Belgium, November 1944 (Photo courtesy of the National Library of Medicine)
Don and Marabeth Wedewer at the ceremony he was awarded the Migel Medal — the highest award in the blindness field (1990).
Wedewer Hall at the Conklin Center for the Blind in Daytona Beach, Florida — the first agency in the nation dedicated to providing vocational and daily living skills training to adults who are blind and have one or more additional disabilities. (Photo Courtesy of the Conklin Center)
Helen Keller (standing on left) visiting wounded veterans during World War II (Photo courtesy of the American Foundation for the Blind)
Don Wedewer receiving an award from the National Accreditation Council for Agencies Serving the Blind and Visually Handicapped (1987). He subsequently received a congratulatory letter from President Ronald Reagan for this accomplishment.