Queen decided to become a product champion for the prosthetic manufacturer, OSSUR Americas.
Queen, affectionately known as Queenie, holds a special place in the AALOS family. In 1997, Glenn met Queen in Montgomery at a vocational rehabilitation clinic. She had an amputation resulting from a terrifying home invasion and a gunshot injury. But that incident did not define who Queen was or who she would become. Her life following her amputation is nothing short of inspirational. Queen has never been unemployed and she has 3 children and 7 grandchildren.
If that is not enough, Queen decided to become a product champion for the prosthetic manufacturer, OSSUR Americas. She accepted the challenge to serve as an advocate for others who are amputated. After an orientation with OSSUR Americas, Queen traveled across the country giving her time and effort to work on the development and improvement of products that improve the quality of life of other amputees. Queen possesses a beautiful and positive spirit contagious to those around her. Queen has not finished writing her story and we are honored to be a part.