Betsy Labar says physical limitations were no match for her husband.
“It was pretty tough,” says Betsy. “He just stepped up and coached, soccer coached lacrosse, coached baseball.”
“Really I am just a regular guy who got injured,” Terry said. “Tried raising a family -- be as good as father and husband as I could.”
A few days ago Terry would take one giant leap. During physical therapy at McGuire Terry was fitted with a motorized exoskeleton.
“I remember standing up and I felt 10-feet tall,” says Terry. “It was really surreal, it really was.”