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Meet Our Legacy Donors

We are thankful for those who have made an estate gift to Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center. Here are their stories.

Claire and Brian Kelley

For Claire and Brian Kelley, early diagnosis and access to treatment have been key in their journey with autism. When their son was diagnosed three years ago, Brian and Claire

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Cathy Leubke

Like many of SARRC’s earliest supporters, Cathy Luebke found out about the organization through passionate co-founder Denise Resnik. “I met Denise Resnik shortly after starting with the Phoenix Business Journal

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Zach Zaborny

Zach Zaborny

Zach knows first-hand that services for people like him on the autism spectrum are crucial in reaching their full potential. Now, he’s paying it forward.

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Martin Schultz

Martin Shultz

A longtime Arizona resident and retired activist, Martin Shultz has been involved with Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC) for many years, recently joining the Legacy Circle.

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The Bernosky Family

The Bernosky Family

“Autism is my superpower,” says Bodie Bernosky, who started at Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center’s Community School as a young child in 2008.

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Thiru and Thamiya

Thiru and Thamiya

Thiru Thangarathinam has created a legacy through his successful salesforce company MST Solutions, but for him, it’s not just about business. His family also is creating a legacy supporting Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center.

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The Price Family

The Price Family

When the Price family moved to Arizona for a job relocation from New Jersey in 2017, one of their first stops was to Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC).

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Ron West

Ron West

Ron West knows firsthand the impact that Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC) has on the lives of individuals with autism. His first interactions with the organization were in 2016, when he attended an ABA 101 workshop with his son’s caregivers.

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Dale Nelson

When Dale and Linda Nelson, the proud grandparents of a granddaughter who is diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, learned of the Grandparents Support Group at Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center, they quickly became regular attendees to better understand how they could support their young grandchild.

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