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Kate Waterbury: 12/18/1942 to 2/18/2009

Kate Waterbury was a long-time supporter of MindFreedom International, and a friend of MFI director, David Oaks. Kate supported wholistic and empowering care not only in the mental health system, and in health care in general.

File Kate Waterbury commemoration flier
You may download a PDF file of a two-page flier celebrating the life of Kate Waterbury. The flier was prepared by family and friends of Kate. [modified 20090228]
Link A link to a blog created by Kate Waterbury
Here is a link to a blog that was created by Kate Waterbury (12/18/1942 to 2/18/2009). Friends and family are continuing to add material.
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Loretta Wilson: Electroshock survivor and MindFreedom Michigan liaison

I joined MindFreedom after learning about the Ray Sandford campaign. It was so good to find a group with a common goal. Feeling the support, knowing I'm not alone has been very comforting. It was such a relief to find this organization. Keep up the good work! I am a survivor of 58 electroshocks with a strong desire to see electroshock abolished. I am willing to talk to anyone who is willing to listen. I have even talked to some who don't want to hear about it! I had post-procedure pain from my electroshock. I struggle daily with memory loss from electroshock. I am 69 years old, widowed, mother of 5, grandmother of 7 and great grandma to my new baby girl, 'Sophie.' She's beautiful!
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