At age 19, when Kelly was a college cheerleader at Indiana University, her life was forever changed when a drunk driver collided into a vehicle she was a passenger in, rendering her a quadriplegic. In her book and during her talks, Kelly shares how she found her way back—through faith and pain, her community, her family, and the love of a man she prayed for.
In the photo above, Kelly signs her book for employees who purchased one while Kimball Electronics Jasper's Sue Habig and Shared Services' Neil Verkamp wait to talk to Kelly. Two books were also given away as prizes. Congratulations to KESS' Joshua Belcher and Kimball Electronics Indianapolis' Rachel Scroggin for having their names drawn for the prizes.