Brian Negley, right, and Dr. Cathy Petersen, left, traveled to Lima, Peru last month to help customize wheelchairs for more than 150 Peruvians as part of Modesto-based Hope Haven West. Those helped included people like Dario, pictured in center. “It took Cathy and I over 1.5 hours to custom fit Dario for his new wheelchair,” Negley wrote on social media, “but as you can see from the picture he was so excited that he was able to self propel himself around the room. Many hugs, kisses, laughs and tears happening this week in Lima!”
Brian Negley, right, and Dr. Cathy Petersen, left, traveled to Lima, Peru last month to help customize wheelchairs for more than 150 Peruvians as part of Modesto-based Hope Haven West. Those helped included people like Dario, pictured in center. “It took Cathy and I over 1.5 hours to custom fit Dario for his new wheelchair,” Negley wrote on social media, “but as you can see from the picture he was so excited that he was able to self propel himself around the room. Many hugs, kisses, laughs and tears happening this week in Lima!” Brian Negley Submitted photo
Brian Negley, right, and Dr. Cathy Petersen, left, traveled to Lima, Peru last month to help customize wheelchairs for more than 150 Peruvians as part of Modesto-based Hope Haven West. Those helped included people like Dario, pictured in center. “It took Cathy and I over 1.5 hours to custom fit Dario for his new wheelchair,” Negley wrote on social media, “but as you can see from the picture he was so excited that he was able to self propel himself around the room. Many hugs, kisses, laughs and tears happening this week in Lima!” Brian Negley Submitted photo

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