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Memorial Information for Wayne Gilpin

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The above statement was not only the mission of our company, but the life mission of our founder, Wayne Gilpin. On April 17th, Wayne lost his fight with cancer.  It is with heavy hearts we say good bye to the person, but not his legacy.

Wayne’s life touched many others, both inside and outside of the autism community.  If you would like to contribute in his memory, please make your donation to the National Autism Society of America in lieu of flowers.  www.autism-society.org choose the donate now tab.  Checks can be mailed to the Autism Society of America, 4340 East-West Hwy., Suite 350, Bethesda, MD  20814.

If you would like to leave a thought or special memory, please do so here by clicking this link:
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The Story of 'America's Choice' Alexis Wineman

Alexis WinemanAlexis Wineman has overcome many challenges in her young life, including a speech impediment, bullying and teasing, along with social challenges. 
Her inspirational story will have you cheering as you read how a spirit of resilience and  determination brought her through the tough years of youth to being crowned Miss Montana, at the age of 17, in 2012.  

Going on to the Miss America contest, at 18, she was chosen “America’s Choice” candidate, perhaps because she is the first person in the history of the Miss American contest to have autism or, perhaps, because of her  platform titled “Normal is a Drier Setting.  A Life of Autism,”  which allowed her to  tell her compelling story as well as provide insight and understanding of what it’s like to live with autism.
Alexis Wineman is the cover store for the latest issue of the Autism Asperger’s Digest.  To read more on her life: click here to get the cover story FREE.  Her new book, Autism Doesn’t Define Me, is due out in April.