Group to provide support to amputees and their families
John Ramoska of Wonder Lake used to be so ashamed of his prosthetic leg that on the hottest of days, he would rather wear jeans than shorts in public.
He wasn’t very open about being an amputee and, for a long time, didn’t want to talk about it unless he knew the person well.
“It’s just an emotional stress ... I didn’t want to tell anybody, because I didn’t want them to know, and I didn’t want questions about it because it would bring me down more,” Ramoska said.
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