As a little girl in Evanston, Ill, Eadie Wetzel had so much energy that her parents didn’t know what to do with her—until she discovered swimming. By the age of fourteen she was breaking world records. At fifteen, she swam for the US Olympic team in Mexico City. While experiencing her share of ups and downs, her life was marked by fitness, vibrancy and the love of her family.
At sixty, she’d begun a beautiful new chapter. She’d married a wonderful man, Mike Davis, and was expecting her first grandchild. Then it was taken away. She was diagnosed with Frontotemporal Dementia and ALS.
See her story here.