Clint was leading a very active life with his family and working at a warehouse when he had a stroke on June 16, 2016 which changed his life. He spent several weeks in the hospital working with a team of doctors and physical, occupational, and speech therapists, he was discharged home to continue his rehabilitation. Recently, he joined a group and completed a 2 mile hike near Lake Worth.

Clint was leading a very active life with his family and working at a warehouse when he had a stroke on June 16, 2016 which changed his life. Prior to his stroke, he worked at a warehouse leading a team handling railroad crossing equipment and living at home with his wife and daughter. He spent several weeks in the hospital working with a team of doctors and physical, occupational, and speech therapists, he was discharged home to continue his rehabilitation.

Through the steady and unwavering support of his family, friends, and his medical team, he has made a remarkable recovery. Soon after leaving the hospital, he was only able to walk 30 feet with assistance. Today, he takes daily walks around Cap Smith Park with a walking group and enjoys working out in the gym with his therapist doing elliptical, jumping, and agility drills. He relies on his ankle foot orthosis to provide him the support and functionality to accomplish daily activities and exercise. He also enjoys spending time with his wife Heather and 18 year old daughter Caitlyn watching Nascar and supporting the University of Texas Longhorns. Recently, he joined a group and completed a 2 mile hike near Lake Worth. It is clear that with his positive attitude and determination, Clint doesn’t let much slow him down.

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