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Chanaud, Cheryl M.
October 2005
PN;Oct2005, Vol. 59 Issue 10, p39
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Presents the author's views on late Dr. Gene Gary Gruver, a member of the Spinal Cord Research Foundation. Information that the author was struck by Gruver's keenly intellectual approach to reviewing the scientific proposals the foundation was considering for possible funding; Report that Gruver was born on April 20, 1935, in Redfield, South Dakota; Note on Gruver's educational qualification; Information that Gruver enthusiastically supported friends, family, household staff, and personal assistants to meet their dreams and better their lives.


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