Did you miss the season-ending episode of ABC-TV’s “Extreme Makeover” featured Greenville High football coach Jeremy Williams and his family?
No worries, because the network is scheduled to show it again on Sunday at 8 p.m.
Williams has inspired many with his attitude toward the terminal illness of ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease. The “Extreme Makeover” crew leveled the Williams’ old house, and built a new one which is handicap accessible for both Williams and his son who is in his wheelchair due to spina bifida.
How is Williams doing this year? The coach is having some health problems. He is a wearing a “voice amplifier” because he can no longer speak very loud. It’s a headset with a microphone, along with an amplifier belt tied around his waist. Williams also sits in a wheelchair during games after being able to stand for last season’s games.