Dawn’s Family Legacy of Love

Dawn’s Family Legacy of Love

Every Life is Precious Dawn Dietrich was a gift to all who knew her. She was the only child of a mother who taught her the true meaning of love and self-sacrifice. Dawn was born with Down Syndrome and her mother, Judi Black, was her constant advocate insuring that her...

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Jerome Fontenot from the Beginning

Jerome Fontenot from the Beginning

Jerome Fontenot was one of St. Louis School's first residents in the early 1960's, and is now one of the Center's most distinguished seniors. Jerome Fontenot arrived at SLC at the age of 12.  He was enrolled from January 1962 through June 1965, and can still be found...

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Keavan Foss Learning to Succeed

Keavan Foss Learning to Succeed

Keavan Foss was born with Down Syndrome. When he was about 15 years old, he was having difficulty managing his feelings and his dad, Charles, was struggling to find the right programs that could really help him succeed. Throughout this period Charles scoured the...

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Lee Booth – A Smile for Everyone

Lee Booth – A Smile for Everyone

Even with all of the challenges over the past year, you can always count on Lee Booth to have a smile, something positive to say and a desire to have fun, especially if it involves dancing. Lee grew up close to his mom, Christine, and his siblings. As a single mom,...

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Joey Baker – Resilience with a Smile

“I’m helpful. I just like helping others, I guess.”

Joey wants to make people happy and is always here to brighten the day of everyone around him. Through this hard work, Joey has built a life for himself in the community and here at the Center with his friends, rewarding in so many ways to all around him.

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