News about Devon

Pre-game ceremony at the UGA/LSU game

We just want to say thank you to the sports medicine and athletic department at LSU Football for all the love and support shown to my family this weekend! As a family, we represented all parties involved to show our appreciation for all that you have done...

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Football player’s road to recovery

This article was written by Aiyana Cristal for CBS46.com.  To view the original article, please click here. ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46)- For Devon Gales, his life will never be the same. He suffered a life altering injury on the football field three years ago....

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Lot found, but designer needed to make it accessible

The following article was written by Linda S. Morris for the Macon Telegraph. To view the original article, click here. An extensive search for land to build an accessible home for Devon Gales came to an end in recent days. The Gales’ family has settled on...

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Big News and a New Beginning

There's someone we want you to meet! Whit Marshall (UGA Football Letterman '92-'95) is making Bulldog Nation proud! Mr. Marshall is the CEO of Paran Homes, based out of Duluth, Ga. You'll be hearing a lot about him from us in the coming months because...

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Devon & Purcello : Walk Again Warriors

Devon and Purcello, an Italian luxury fashion brand, have collaborated to create the DG33s of the Devon Gales Collection. These Hi-Top shoes are handcrafted in Italy and are made of Italy's finest genuine python skin. The red and black colorway...

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Step by Step

The following article was written by Brian Burnsed and published on NCAA.org. To view the original article, click here. The last steps Devon Gales took without the aid of an apparatus or caregiver came in full gallop on a soggy fall Saturday in...

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Devon Gales’ Baton Rouge home flooded

This article was originally published by FOX5 on August 17, 2017. The flooding in Louisiana is likely the worst natural disaster to strike the United States since Superstorm Sandy, according to the Red Cross. Thousands of residents had to escape the flood...

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