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Wendy Keller was a beloved sister, friend, mother, and grandma. At eight years old, she and her family emigrated to the United States from England. Wendy built a wonderful life – graduating from the University of Pittsburgh, becoming a physical therapist, marrying, and raising a family. She was a devoted mother to four children and a grandmother to five young children whom she cherished.

As a physical therapist, her approach was compassionate and patient centered well before the phrase became popular. As such, she became a highly sought-after clinician whom her patients and colleagues treasured.

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