So often, stories make headlines one day and disappear the next. There’s a 9-year-old child, in New Hanover County with a smile on her face this weekend. It’s an important reminder that, for those involved in those headlines, life moves on.
Several years ago, Steve Sanders was diagnosed with a rare, genetic disease that caused his kidneys to slowly stop functioning. As time went on, it became apparent that he would have to either begin dialysis or receive a new kidney.
Paige Walker, a 10-year-old elementary student, took weeks to carefully draw customized, personal cards for each of her classmates and surprised them with her artwork for their Valentine’s Day class party.
The Center for Civil Rights History and Research and University of South Carolina Libraries have announced that Crump, along with his wife Cathy, will be donating their papers and films to the university, aptly named the Steve and Cathy Wilson Crump Collection.