The Cerebral Palsy Association of British Columbia has lost a great friend and supporter, with the passing of Simon Cox two weeks ago.
Simon Cox was a passionate supporter and served on the CPABC Board of Directors as Vice President between 2003 and 2005.
Through his knowledge and commitment to issues affecting people with disabilities, he helped to steer the organization through tough times. We will always be grateful for his diligence and contribution to restructuring the organization, leading to many of our current successes.
His leadership and vision helped the Association provide a better quality of life for people living with cerebral palsy. Simon personally provided substantial contributions to the Association in the form of accessibility and equipment advances, and providing a more functional and friendly office space. His efforts made a tremendous impact on lives of people around him. His life was a blessing and his memory a treasure. May he rest in peace.