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2016 Courage Award

Carlos Dominguez

In April 2013, a driver under the influence of drugs changed Carlos’ life in an instant. He was paralyzed in a car accident that was no fault of his own.

Sue Baney-Stull

In August 2014, Sue developed sepsis from an infection. At one point, she was so ill doctors thought she would not survive. Both her legs and arms were amputated in order to save her life.

Lorece “Jo” Rogers

In July 2015, Jo went hiking with her husband. She contracted Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever through a tick bite and ultimately went into septic shock. Her organs were failing. To stop the infection and save her life, doctors amputated all four of her limbs.

2016 Jim Thorpe Courage Award


2016 Courage Award Recipient: Carlos Dominguez

Listen to 2016 Courage Award winner, Carols Dominguez, explain how he was able to turn a negative situation into a positive one.
2016 Courage Award Recipient: Lorece “Jo” Rogers
2016 Courage Award Recipient: Sue Stull
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