Doris Jean Walker
This person was the author's mother.
This person was the author's father.
Lou Ann Walker
This person is the author of "A Loss For Words" and was the daughter of deaf parents.
This person was the author's maternal grandmother.
Grandpa Walker (H.T.)
This person was the author's paternal grandfather.
Uncle Bill and Aunt Margaret
The author spent several weeks each summer during her childhood visiting these people.
This person was a deaf graduate student at Ball State.
This person was a deaf man that the author interpreted for in court.
The Nasty Homicides
This was a street gang in New York comprised of deaf outcasts.
This was the author's middle sister and the one she took care of as a child.
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