Join Team Memo in supporting Camp Boggy Creek

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Check out this e-mail from Sarah Gurtis, Corporate Development Officer at Camp Boggy Creek: Greetings my friends!   I had the most wonderful phone call last evening. On my 1 hour ride home (usually a mind numbing parade of satellite radio stations), my cell phone rang and it was Memo Gidley. Nothing could have made me smile more. It has now been six months since his crash during the Rolex 24 At Daytona. He called to give me an update …Continue reading

Memo’s Update: Challenges and Determination

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Hi Everyone, Sorry it has taken me a while to send an update, but as much as I wish I could have gotten it out sooner, my world, the last three months, has not been easy. My last update was about two months from my accident and things were starting to get positive.  Just two weeks prior, my doctor (at the time), looked at x-rays of all my broken bones (12), and removed my braces and splints and gave me …Continue reading

Gidley Moves Home to Continue Outpatient Rehab

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Memo Gidley, driver of the No. 99 GAINSCO/Bob Stallings Racing Corvette Prototype who was injured in January’s Rolex 24 At Daytona, moved home yesterday where he will continue with home healthcare and outpatient physical therapy on his road to recovery. After spending nearly six weeks in a San Francisco outpatient program, Gidley returns to his home residence to continue his rehabilitation and recovery efforts.  Gidley has recently been able to put weight on his broken leg, broken arm and has …Continue reading

A Thank-You Letter from Memo

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Hello everybody and thanks so much for your support! I wish I could respond and say thank you individually to everyone who has written and posted well wishes on various websites and forums… but recovery and healing have been absolutely non-stop for me. I have gone through a lot of difficult and painful things in my life and on the journey to the top of racing. But these last two months, since my Daytona crash, have easily taken the cake …Continue reading

Gidley begins next stage of recovery

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Memo Gidley, driver of the No. 99 GAINSCO/Bob Stallings Racing Corvette Prototype, begins the next chapter in his recovery effort, having been discharged from Halifax Health in Daytona Beach, Fla. tonight. After undergoing three separate surgeries as a result of an accident in the Rolex 24 At Daytona, Gidley is being medically transported this evening via airplane to northern California where he will continue his recovery and begin his rehabilitation. Gidley underwent his first surgery on Saturday, Jan. 25 to …Continue reading