Friends Together receives van from Wright & Filippis (24.43 Kb)
The Alpena News, April 6, 2011 – Wright & Filippis donates van to help Friends Together transport cancer patients to and from medical appointments.
Taking Action...How to use customer feedback to perpetuate strong service (24.43 Kb)
Smart Business Detroit, February 2009 – President AJ Filippis explains to other business leaders effective ways for obtaining customer feedback and communicating to employees at Wright & Filippis.
Wright & Filippis steps in to help young teenage (65.80 Kb)
The Alpena News, April 4, 2008 – Wright & Filippis in Alpena helps a 13 year old with his new prosthetic hand that makes playing hockey goalie easier.
Ballpark for disabled kids becomes reality (381.70 Kb)
Macomb Daily, September, 2007 – Adaptive baseball field has groundbreaking ceremony, sponsored by Wright & Filippis.
"Happy Tails" (93.36 Kb)
Marquette County Humane Society, September 20, 2007 - Wright & Filippis helps Lucy, a dog who's foot was amputated from an accident. She is now a lucky recipient of a prosthesis.
Good Samaritan helps pave the way (1.25 MB)
The Saginaw News, September 8, 2007 - Ann Bickel Hume, through her Bon Samaritan America, a nonprofit Christian humanitarian ministry, helps young man ensure his new prosthetic limb.
Humanitarian Efforts Changing One Life at a Time (74.60 Kb)
The O&P Edge, August 2007 – Haitian man receives two prosthetic arms from Wright & Filippis
Amputee shows life goes on (460.90 KB)
The Detroit News, 2007 - 60-year-old athlete disolved his fears by racing through the water at the O&P Extremity Games in Orlando, Fla.
Extremity Games let athletes with disabilities show there are no limits (485.70 KB) The Oakland Press, 2007 - Jamie Stanton can't wait until summer, when he goes to Orlando, Fla., and competes in the Extemity Games to show that a person who lost a limb can be a great athlete.
Tony Filippis Remembered (896.48 KB) O&P Business News, May 1, 2007 - Practitioner and philanthropist Tony Filippis, who successfully fought for the rights of the disabled and others in need, died in January 2007.
Veterans group pays homage to Filippis (636.41 KB) The Oakland Press, 2007 - The first flag flown over the Pontiac Veterans Memorial - under construction in Pontiac - was presented Monday to the son of the late Tony Filippis Sr., who spent his life and personal fortune helping the disabled, including hundreds of veterans.
AmpuTeam, Beaumont staff face off on hoops court (818.48 KB)
Mirror Newspaper, April 13, 2007 - AmpuTeam Spartans members, athletes who are amputees, faced off against Beaumont Hospital All Stars in a game at Royal Oak High School.
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