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Stroke Awareness
AHA Quilt
NSA Quilt
Philips Quilt
Touring Quilt
Harford County Quilt
Awareness Quilts
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Click the quilt to see it enlarged.   

Completed for Touring
May 25, 2000

This quilt was originally created so it could tour the United States in order to raise stroke awareness.  Upon completion of touring, it was decided to put it on permanent display.  The idea was to obtain maximum exposure to visitors by displaying it in the Harford County Office Building in Bel Air, Maryland. 

The 24 stroke survivors on this quilt are noted on the following grid, according to their positions on the quilt. 

Stories Not Available

Layout of Quilt

Frank Sullivan

Heidi Menocal

Marjorie Cassell Robert Morrow
John Crouchley

Charlotte Grier 

Pearl Loonsfoot

Vern Rajewski

Betty Briscoe

Eugene Loonsfoot

Roberta Vadnais

Vickey Tuthill

Stan Kneppar

Donna Blood

Anthony Loonsfoot

Edward Pendleton


Glenna Campbell

Blanche Wilson

Richard Abblett

Henry Dobrzynski

James Grass

Grandma Lundborg Lois Gould

Stroke Warning Signs

bullet Sudden numbness or weakness of the face, arm or leg, especially on one side of the body   
bullet Sudden confusion, trouble speaking or understanding   
bullet Sudden trouble seeing in one or both eyes   
bullet Sudden trouble walking, dizziness, loss of balance or coordination   
bullet Sudden, severe headache with no known cause

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Original date 3/1/96 Revised 9/24/14