May Was A Great Month For Angela!

The Adaptive Driving Access family is proud to share a fantastic accomplishment by one of our customers/family members. Angela Wrigglesworth, a fourth grade teacher in the Klein school district, was recognized in May as the 2012 Klein ISD Elementary Teacher of the Year! Coincidently, just a few days later, Angela took delivery of her new 2012 Chrysler Town & Country BraunAbility Entervan. A great May indeed!

Angela, a native Houstonian and 1999 graduate of Texas A&M University, is no stranger to winning. She was Ms. Wheelchair Texas 2004. She is also no stranger to staying busy. She is an active volunteer for the Muscular Dystrophy Association and is a member of the National Task Force on Public Awareness, a committee made up of twelve people from around the country who act as liaisons between MDA and the media. In addition to her work with MDA, she serves on the Board of Directors of Camp for All and the Ms. Wheelchair Texas Foundation. She believes in a philosophy expressed by famous basketball coach John Wooden, “Things turn out best for those who make the best of the way things turn out.”

For anyone who knows Angela this is no surprise as she is one of the most upbeat and positive people that you will find.  Her students are very fortunate to have someone like Angela to influence them at such an important time in their life.

“Leading an active lifestyle and being a participant in my community can only be achieved by having reliable transportation and a company that provides longtime support of that vehicle – I would only trust ADA with such an important role in my independence. ADA has provided me with a freeing level of independence that is truly an invaluable gift.” says Angela.

We are so proud to have her as one of our customers! So please join ADA in a great big CONGRATULATIONS to Angela for her hard work and dedication!

 

Posted on June 18, 2012 by Katie Larson