Retired WKHS teachers now published authors
In 1985, Richard King had a stroke. He lost the ability to read and write and couldn't remember the alphabet.
"I was really in bad shape," he said. In the grueling physical therapy sessions that followed, the former William Kelley High School teacher made himself a promise.
"I made up my mind, I'm going to prove that I can lick this by writing a novel," he said.
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