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AFFIDAVIT OF NEIL J. GILLESPIE

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

STATE OF FLORIDA )

) SS.:
COUNTY OF MARION )

BEFORE ME, this day personally appeared NEIL J. GILLESPIE, who upon oath
deposes upon personal knowledge and states:

1. I am over the age of eighteen and am competent to testify as to the facts and matters set
forth herein. I make this affidavit upon personal knowledge unless otherwise expressly stated.
RECEIVED, 07/18/2017 07:28:36 AM, Clerk, Supreme Court

2. August 20, 1988 I sustained traumatic brain injury (TBI) as described in Paragraph 19 of
my Amended Disability Motion, C.A.ll, Case No: 12-11213-C, U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of
Appeals, August 6,2012, posted on Scrbid: https://www.scribd.com/document/l02585752/

Traumatic Brain Injury

19. a. Gillespie sustained traumatic brain injury (TBI) August 20, 1988. Gillespie was
assaulted by a gang of street criminals in center city Philadelphia who tried to steal his
Rolex watch. The assault began when one man ran in front of Gillespie and quickly knelt
down, while another man pushed Gillespie from behind, causing him to fall head-first
onto the cement sidewalk. Gillespie's head hit the sidewalk and he lost consciousness.
Specifically, Gillespie's forehead bone just above his right eye, at the eyebrow, made
violent contact with the cement sidewalk at a high velocity. Gillespie was also bleeding
from a laceration caused by the impact. A nearby police surveillance team observed the
assault, apprehended the assailants, and assisted Gillespie. The police took Gillespie in a
patrol car to Hahnemann University Hospital Emergency Department. Gillespie was
treated in the ER. The ER report is provided at Exhibit 11. The ER report shows Gillespie
received sutures to close a laceration to his right outer eye and did not remember the
incident. Gillespie had severe head pain, loss of cognitive and motor functions for several
weeks, and difficulty speaking and forming sentences. The ER report shows Gillespie
was 32 years-old, and left Hahnemann early the next morning against medical advice.

b. Gillespie departed New York harbor later that morning abroad the Queen
Elizabeth 2 (QE2) for a trip to Europe. The $50,000 trip was paid in advance, with return
flight on British Airways Concord, following the sale of his car business for $1.9 million.
Gillespie was treated onboard QE2 by ship's doctor for the duration of the crossing for
head pain and loss of cognitive and motor functions. The rest of the crossing he spent in
his cabin. Upon reaching Southampton, England Gillespie was still quite ill and spent a
lot of time in his hotel room. By the third week when Gillespie arrived in Paris his
condition improved some, but he still had difficulty speaking and forming sentences.

c. Within several months Gillespie appeared to have recovered from the brain
injury, but now that assessment appears incorrect. Today Gillespie shows long-term

APPENDIX 5
AFFIDAVIT OF NEIL 1. GILLESPIE
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

consequences ofTBI. The injury diminished Gillespie's business ability, and he never
held substantial employment since. Today Gillespie does not have a bank account
because he cannot manage one. Gillespie went from self-sufficiency to total disability in
1994. Gillespie's inability to manage funds resulted in two bankruptcy proceedings,
homelessness, and reliance on payday loan stores, which is how he met Barker, Rodems
& Cook, P.A. The bankruptcies are:

Chapter 7 bankruptcy, discharged January 7, 1993, case 92-20222, U.S.


Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy, discharged March 5, 2003, case 02-14021-8B7, U.S.


Bankruptcy Court, Middle District of Florida.

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) has been in the news in recent years as a result of military
injuries, and injuries in professional sports like football. This has caused Gillespie to
reassess the long-term consequences of the assault he sustained August 20, 1988.

Wikipedia, traumatic brain injury:

Traumatic brain injury (TBI), also known as intracranial injury, occurs when
an external force traumatically injures the brain. TBI can be classified based on
severity, mechanism (closed or penetrating head injury), or other features (e.g.,
occurring in a specific location or over a widespread area). Head injury usually
refers to TBI, but is a broader category because it can involve damage to
structures other than the brain, such as the scalp and skull.

TBI is a major cause of death and disability worldwide, especially in children and
young adults. Causes include falls, vehicle accidents, and violence ....

Brain trauma can be caused by a direct impact or by acceleration alone. In


addition to the damage caused at the moment of injury, brain trauma causes
secondary injury, a variety of events that take place in the minutes and days
following the injury ....

TBI can cause a host of physical, cognitive, social, emotional, and behavioral
effects, and outcome can range from complete recovery to permanent disability or
death. . . http://en.wikipedia.org/wikitrraumatic_brain_injury

3. Exhibit 1 Paragraph 19 of my Amended Disability Motion, C.A.ll, Case No: 12­


11213-C, U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, August 6,2012.

4. Exhibit 2 Hahnemann University Hospital Emergency Department Report


for Neil J. Gillespie, August 20, 1988.

5. Exhibit 3 Chapter 7 bankruptcy, discharged January 7, 1993, case 92-20222, U.S.


Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

AFFIDAVIT OF NEIL J. GILLESPIE

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

6. Exhibit 4 Social Security Disability Determination letter, August 23, 1993

7. Exhibit 5 Chapter 7 bankruptcy, discharged March 5, 2003, case 02-14021-8B7,


U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Middle District of Florida.

8. Exhibit 6 Social Security letter, no review at this time, September 16, 2015

9. Exhibit 7 Prior to Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI): A Deed executed June 29, 1988 by
Grantor Neil J. Gillespie (unmarried) for the transfer (sale) of my car business property in
Langhorne, Bucks County, Pennsylvania to Grantee REN GAR RIDGE, a General Partnership,
for and in consideration of One Million Nine Hundred Thousand ($1,900,000) Dollars. A related
RE announcement published in the Bucks County Courier Times is attached.

10. Exhibit 8 Wharton School Evening DivisionlPenn Transcript for Neil J. Gillespie
Prior to TBI: Spring 1986, term GPA 4.0 (Stat 101ev grade A)
After TBI: Fall 1988, term GPA dropped to 2.0 GPA

11. Exhibit 9 I was a client of the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) Florida
in 1993-1994. Florida DVR did a vocational screening of me (Exhibit 9) in support of its IWRP.

12. Exhibit 10 Individualized Written Rehabilitation Plan (IWRP) March 29, 1994.

13. Florida DVR's vocational secreting of me reported "Test Results" for the "WRAT-R2"
on the second page. (Exhibit 9). NOTE: The IWRP was not implemented by Florida DVR.

READING 12+

SPELLING 12B

ARITHMETIC 7.4

The WRAT-R2 or Wide Range Achievement Test, currently the WRAT4, according to
Wikipedia, https:llen.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wide_Range_Achievement_Test

DVR did not connect the outlier arithmetic score and the failure of business #2 as an indication
of a serious impairment. I sold business # 1 for $1.9 million; it was not "dissolved".

"Mr. Gillespie has completed two years of college study at the University of
Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Business. He majored in Business at this time.
Subsequently, Mr. Gillespie worked as a car salesman and progressed to owner of two
separate car dealerships in the Philadelphia area. These businesses were later dissolved."

On information and belief, the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-R2) results reported on
or about March 29, 1994 by the Florida Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) after I
sustained traunlatic brain injury on August 20, 1988, show a decline of my arithmetic ability
(WRAT-R2 grade score 7.4 [1994]) when compared against my actual Grade A: Statistics 101
Spring 1986, earned at the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School, Evening Division

AFFIDAVIT OF NEIL J. GILLESPIE

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

(equivalent WRAT-R2 score 13 [1986]); and successful operation from 1980 to 1988 of my car
business; and sale of my business property, sold June 29,1988 for $1.9 million dollars.

The DVR WRAT-R2 arithmetic grade score (7.4 [1994]) is an outlier observation point distant
from the WRAT-R2 reading grade score (12+ [1994]) and spelling grade score (12B [1994]).
The Florida DVR WRAT-R2 arithmetic grade score (7.4 [1994]) is an outlier compared to my
actual grade (equivalent WRAT-R2 score 13 [1986]) by nearly half.

14. Exhibit 11 American Bar Association story shows disabling effects ofTBI that led to
the suspension of Dale Thistle from the practice of law. "Brain injury leads to suspension for
Maine lawyer; 'I couldn't stick to tasks,' he says" by Debra Cassens Weiss, June 25, 2014.

"A Maine lawyer says he can no longer function effectively as a trial lawyer and he agrees with
his indefinite suspension, imposed by a Maine Supreme Judicial Court justice on May 27."

"Newport lawyer Dale Thistle, 66, attributes his problems to a traumatic brain injury caused by a
November 2011 car accident, CentralMaine.com reports. Complaints made to the bar about his
handling of cases "are serious and meritorious and directly stem from my brain injury," he told
the publication. "1 even self-reported a misfiling in federal court.""

"Thistle says his intelligence is intact but his ability to perform executive functions is impaired.
He suffers from minor seizures and small blackouts. "I couldn't organize my day-to-day life," he
told CentraIMaine.com. ~'I couldn't stick to the tasks. It's just the result of the brain injury.""

15. Exhibit 12 Order of Suspension May 27,2014, State of Maine Bar Board
16. Exhibit 13 Newport lawyer suspended from practice because of disability,
Bangor Daily News
17. Exhibit 14 Newport lawyer agrees with his suspension over disability concerns,
centralmaine.com

FURTHER AFFIANT SAYETH NOT.

N J. Gille ~ Ie

The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me, this' '" ~ ~:f
July, 2017 by
Neil J. Gillespie, who is personally known to me, or who has producedR- as
identification and states that he is the person who made this ffidavit and that its contents are
truthful to the best of his knowledge.

My Commission Expires: ~"-+- +---\t\ _

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From my Amended Disability Motion, C.A.11, Case No: 12-11213-C
U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, August 6, 2012, posted on Scribd:
https://www.scribd.com/document/102585752/

Thank you for your letter of August 22,1997. Unfortunately I do not know of
someone in your area who specializes in the complications of craniofacial
disorders. I am sorry I cannot be of more help.

Dr. Bremner’s study, Deficits in short-term memory in adult survivors of childhood

abuse, shows childhood physical and sexual abuse is associated with long-term deficits in

verbal short-term memory. These findings of specific deficits in verbal (and not visual)

memory, with no change in IQ, are similar to the pattern of deficits that we have

previously found in patients with combat-related PTSD.” (Exhibit 10)

Traumatic Brain Injury

19. a. Gillespie sustained traumatic brain injury (TBI) August 20, 1988. Gillespie was

assaulted by a gang of street criminals in center city Philadelphia who tried to steal his

Rolex watch. The assault began when one man ran in front of Gillespie and quickly knelt

down, while another man pushed Gillespie from behind, causing him to fall head-first

onto the cement sidewalk. Gillespie’s head hit the sidewalk and he lost consciousness.

Specifically, Gillespie’s forehead bone just above his right eye, at the eyebrow, made

violent contact with the cement sidewalk at a high velocity. Gillespie was also bleeding

from a laceration caused by the impact. A nearby police surveillance team observed the

assault, apprehended the assailants, and assisted Gillespie. The police took Gillespie in a

patrol car to Hahnemann University Hospital Emergency Department. Gillespie was

treated in the ER. The ER report is provided at Exhibit 11. The ER report shows Gillespie

received sutures to close a laceration to his right outer eye and did not remember the

incident. Gillespie had severe head pain, loss of cognitive and motor functions for several

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weeks, and difficulty speaking and forming sentences. The ER report shows Gillespie

was 32 years-old, and left Hahnemann early the next morning against medical advice.

b. Gillespie departed New York harbor later that morning abroad the Queen

Elizabeth 2 (QE2) for a trip to Europe. The $50,000 trip was paid in advance, with return

flight on British Airways Concord, following the sale of his car business for $1.9 million.

Gillespie was treated onboard QE2 by ship’s doctor for the duration of the crossing for

head pain and loss of cognitive and motor functions. The rest of the crossing he spent in

his cabin. Upon reaching Southampton, England Gillespie was still quite ill and spent a

lot of time in his hotel room. By the third week when Gillespie arrived in Paris his

condition improved some, but he still had difficulty speaking and forming sentences.

c. Within several months Gillespie appeared to have recovered from the brain

injury, but now that assessment appears incorrect. Today Gillespie shows long-term

consequences of TBI. The injury diminished Gillespie’s business ability, and he never

held substantial employment since. Today Gillespie does not have a bank account

because he cannot manage one. Gillespie went from self-sufficiency to total disability in

1994. Gillespie’s inability to manage funds resulted in two bankruptcy proceedings,

homelessness, and reliance on payday loan stores, which is how he met Barker, Rodems

& Cook, P.A. The bankruptcies are:

Chapter 7 bankruptcy, discharged January 7, 1993, case 92-20222, U.S.


Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy, discharged March 5, 2003, case 02-14021-8B7, U.S.


Bankruptcy Court, Middle District of Florida.

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Traumatic brain injury (TBI) has been in the news in recent years as a result of military

injuries, and injuries in professional sports like football. This has caused Gillespie to

reassess the long-term consequences of the assault he sustained August 20, 1988.

Wikipedia, traumatic brain injury:

Traumatic brain injury (TBI), also known as intracranial injury, occurs when
an external force traumatically injures the brain. TBI can be classified based on
severity, mechanism (closed or penetrating head injury), or other features (e.g.,
occurring in a specific location or over a widespread area). Head injury usually
refers to TBI, but is a broader category because it can involve damage to
structures other than the brain, such as the scalp and skull.

TBI is a major cause of death and disability worldwide, especially in children and
young adults. Causes include falls, vehicle accidents, and violence….

Brain trauma can be caused by a direct impact or by acceleration alone. In


addition to the damage caused at the moment of injury, brain trauma causes
secondary injury, a variety of events that take place in the minutes and days
following the injury….

TBI can cause a host of physical, cognitive, social, emotional, and behavioral
effects, and outcome can range from complete recovery to permanent disability or
death…
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Traumatic_brain_injury

Diabetes Type 2, Adult Onset

20. Gillespie was diagnosed with adult onset type 2 diabetes in 2006. The record

shows Gillespie claimed exemption under section 222.25(2), Florida Statutes, for a

debtor's interest in professionally prescribed health aids that included an ACCU-CHEK

Compact Plus diabetes meter, serial no. GT13259382. Gillespie’s claim of exemption

was in response to Mr. Rodems’ garnishment of his exempt social security disability

money, more fully described in the Affidavit and Inventory of Personal Property of Neil

J. Gillespie and Designated Exemptions, Amended, July 29, 2010 in Hillsborough case

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the sinuses or air in the orbits.

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A LLE GHENY
UNIVERSITY
OF TIE IlEALTil SClENE ES
4104 East Shore Office Building UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
45 South Front Street
Deading, PA 1%02
EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA

Case Number: 92-20222 TMT

92-20222
IN RE(NAME OF DEBTOR)
Neil J. Gillespie, 160-52-5117

DISCHARGE OF DEBTOR

It appearing that a petition commencing a case under title 11, United States Code,
was filed by or against the person named above on 01/21/92 , and that an order for
relief was entered under chapter 7 and that no complaint objecting to the discharge of
the debtor was filed within the time fixed by the court [or that a complaint objecting to
discharge of the debtor was filed and, after due notice and hearing, was not sustained];

IT IS ORDERED THAT:

1. The above-named debtor is released from all dischargeable debts.


2. Any judgment heretofore or hereafter obtained in any court other than this court
is null and void as a determination of the personal liability of the debtor with respect
to any of the following:

(a) debts dischargeable under 11 U.S.C. Sec. 523; ..


(b) unless heretofore or hereafter determined by order of this court to be nondischargeable,
debts alleged to be excepted from discharge under clauses (2),(4) and (6) of 11 U.S.C.
Sec. 523(a);

(c) debts determined by this court to be discharged.

3. All creditors whose debts are discharged by this order and all creditors whose judgments
are declared null and void by paragraph 2 above are enjoined from instituting or continuing
any action or employing any process or engaging in any act to collect such debts as
personal liabilities of the above-named debtor.

Dated: 1/7/93 BY THE COURT


Thomas M. Twardowski
United States Bankruptcy Judge æl6

3
Basap Disclary Form 3/2492 mmo
, Social Security Administration
Retirement, Survivors and Disability Insurance
Notice of Award
Office of Disability and
International Operations
1500 Woodlawn Drive
Baltimore, Maryland 21241-0001
Date: August 23, 1993
Claim Number: 160-52-5117HA
NEIL J GILLESPIE
266 7 AVE NE APT 5
ST PETERSBURG, FL 33701-2651
Inli nll I.nllln.n.llnl.l.ll.nl I.n.II.II...llnlln.1

We recently told you that you met the medical requirements to receive Social
Security benefits. Now we are writing to tell you that you meet the other
requirements. Therefore you qualify for monthly disability benefits from Social
Security beginning July 1992.
However, we cannot pay you for July 1992 through July 1993.
The Date You Became Disabled
We found that you became disabled under our rules on January 17, 1992. This is
different from the date given on the application.
Also, you have to be disabled for 5 full calendar months in a row before you can
be entitled to benefits. For these reasons, your first month of entitlement to
benefits is July 1992.
What We Will Pay And When
042
You will receive $1,185.00 for August 1993 around September 3, 1993.
042
After that you will receive $1,185.00 each month.
Your Benefits
We raised your monthly benefit amount beginning December 1992 because the
cost of living increased.
Enclosure(s):
Pub 05-10072
Pub 05-10153

__ C See Next Page

4
160-52-5117HA Page 2 of 3

Other Government Payments Affect Benefits


Besides the money we are sending you now, you may be due some more Social
Security money for July 1992 through July 1993. We must first subtract the
amount of your Supplemental Security Income payments for some or all of these
months from the Social Security money you are due. When we figure the
amount we have to subtract, we will send another letter to show how it was
done. If you are still due some money after the subtraction, we will also send
you a check.
Other Social Security Benefits
The benefit described in this letter is the only one you can receive from Social
Security. If you think that you might qualify for another kind of Social Security
benefit in the future, you will have to file another application.
Do You Disagree With The Decision?
If you think we are wrong, you have the right to appeal. A person who did not
make the first decision will decide your case. We will correct any mistakes. We
will review those parts of the decision which you believe are wrong and will look
at any new facts you have. We may also review those parts which you believe
are correct and may make them unfavorable or less favorable to you.
042
You have 60 days to ask for an appeal.
042
The 60 days start the day after you receive this letter.
042
You must have a good reason if you wait more than 60 days to ask for an
appeal.
Things To Remember For The Future
The doctors and other trained personnel who decided that you are disabled expect
your health to improve. Therefore, we will review your case in July 1994. We
will send you a letter before we start the review. Based on that review, your
benefits will continue if you are still disabled, but will end if no longer disabled.
For you to be considered disabled under our rules, your health problems must
keep you from doing not only your usual work, but also any other kind of
substantial gainful work.
Also, you must meet this requirement at the same time when you have earned
enough credits for work under Social Security. The last date when you will have
earned enough credits is December 1994.
Please read the enclosed pamphlet, "How You Earn Social Security Credits,"
which explains how the credits are earned and how many a person needs to
receive benefits.
. 160-52-5117HA Page 3 of 3

Your Responsibilities
The decisions we made on your claim are based on information you gave us. If
this information changes, it could affect your benefits. For this reason, it is
important that you report changes to us right away.
We have enclosed a pamphlet, "When You Get Social Security Disability
Benefits...What You Need To Know." It will tell you what must be reported and
how to report. Please be sure to read the parts of the pamphlet which explain
what to do if you go to work or if your health improves.
If You Want Help With Your Appeal
You can have a friend, lawyer or someone else help you. There are groups that
can help you find a lawyer or give you free legal services if you qualify. There
are also lawyers who do not charge unless you win your appeal. Your local Social
Security office has a list of groups that can help you with your appeal.
If you get someone to help you, you should let us know. If you hire someone, we
must approve the fee before he or she can collect it. And if you hire a lawyer, we
will withhold up to 25 percent of any past due benefits to pay toward the fee.
If You Have Any Questions
If you have any questions, call us toll free at 1-800-772-1213. We can answer
most questions over the phone. You can also write or visit any Social Security
office. The office that serves your area is located at:
DISTRICT OFFICE
898 30TH AVE NORTH
ST PETERSBURG, FL 33704

If you do call or visit an office, please have this letter with you. It will help us
answer your questions.

Louis D. Enoff
Acting Commissioner
of Social Security
Form B18 (Official Form 18)(9/97)
United States Bankruptcy Court
Middle District of Florida

Case No. 8:02-bk-14021-TEB


Chapter 7

In re:
Neil Joseph Gillespie
301 W. Platt Street, #155
Tampa, FL 33606
Social Security No.:
160-52-5117
Employer's Tax I.D. No.:
NA

DISCHARGE OF DEBTOR

It appearing that the debtor is entitled to a discharge,


IT IS ORDERED :
The debtor is granted a discharge under section 727 of title 11, United States Code, (the Bankruptcy Code).

BY THE COURT

Dated: March 5, 2003 t d States a ptcy Judge

SEE THE BACK OF THIS ORDER FOR IMPORTANT INFORMATION.

5
FORM B18 continued (7/97)

EXPLANATION OF BANKRUPTCY DISCHARGE


INACHAPTER7CASE
This court order grants a discharge to the person named as the debtor. It is not a dismissal of the case
and it does not determine how much money, if any, the trustee will pay to creditors.
Collection of Discharged Debts Prohibited
The discharge prohibits any attempt to collect from the debtor a debt that has been discharged. For
example, a creditor is not permitted to contact a debtor by mail, phone, or otherwise, to file or continue a lawsuit, to
attach wages or other property, or to take any other action to collect a discharged debt from the debtor. In a case
involving communityproperty:][There are also special rules that protect certain community property owned by the
debtor's spouse, even if that spouse did not file a bankruptcy case.] A creditor who violates this order can be required
to pay damages and attorney's fees to the debtor.
However, a creditor may have the right to enforce a valid lien, such as a mortgage or security interest,
against the debtor's property after the bankruptcy, if that lien was not avoided or eliminated in the bankruptcy case.
Also, a debtor may voluntarily pay any debt that has been discharged.
Debts That are Discharged
The chapter 7 discharge order eliminates a debtor's legal obligation to pay a debt that is discharged.
Most, but not all, types of debts are discharged if the debt existed on the date the bankruptcy case was filed. (If this
case was begun under a different chapter of the Bankruptcy Code and converted to chapter 7, the discharge applies to
debts owed when the bankruptcy case was converted.)

Debts that are Not Discharged,

Some of the common types of debts which are not discharged in a chapter 7 bankruptcy case are:
a. Debts for most taxes;
b. Debts that are in the nature of alimony, maintenance, or support;
c. Debts for most student loans;
d. Debts for most fines, penalties, forfeitures, or criminal restitution obligations;
e. Debts for personal injuries or death caused by the debtor's operation of a motor vehicle while intoxicated;
f. Some debts which were not properly listed by the debtor;
g. Debts that the bankruptcy court specifically has decided or will decide in this bankruptcy case are not
discharged; .
h. Debts for which the debtor has given up the discharge protections by signing a reaffirmation agreement in
compliance with the Bankruptcy Code requirements for reaffirmation of debts.

This information is only a general summary of the bankruptcy discharge. There are exceptions
to these general rules. Because the law is complicated, you may want to consult an attorney to determine the
exact effect of the discharge in this case.
Social Security Administration
Important Information
Mid-Atlantic Pro ram Service Center
300 Spring Gardek Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19123-2992
l'iHilHlhkl'i'ellirliillilii i"Ih"iiilliiri'ril'r Date: September 16, 2015
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Claim Number: 160-52-5117 A
NEIL J GILLESPIE
8092 S W 115 LOOP
OACLA FL 34481-3567
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We sent you a letter telling you that we were going to review your disability
case. However, we do not need to review your case at this time. Therefore,
we will not contact your doctor now. We will keep any information that you
have given us.
We will contact you later if we need to review your case.
Things To Remember
It is important that you report changes right away. Be sure to tell us about
any of the following changes:
042
You return to work. iEi
042
Your job, pay or work expenses change, if you are working now.
042
Your doctor says your health is better.

Suspect Social Security Fraud?


Please visit http://oig.ssa.gov/r or call the Inspector General's Fraud Hotline
at 1-800-269-0271 (TTY 1-866-501-2101).
If You Have Questions
We invite you to visit our website at www.socialsecurity.gov on the Internet
to find general information about Social Security. If you have any specific
questions, you may call us toll-free at 1-800-772-1213, or call your local Social
Security office at 1-877-626-9911. We can answer most questions over the
phone. If you are deaf or hard of hearing, you may call our TTY number,
1-800-325-0778. You can also write or visit any Social Security office. The
office that serves your area is located at:
SOCIAL SECURITY
933 E SILVER SPGS BLVD
OCALA, FL 34470

See Next Page


160-52-5117 A Page 2 of 2
09/16/2015

If you do cal. or visit an office, please have this letter with you. It will help
us answer your questions. Also, if you plan to visit an office, you may call
ahead to malu an appointment. This will help us serve you more quickly
when you arrve at the office.

Social Seewaty Gdminist>iation

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SOCIALSECURITYADMINISTRATION PC2 FIRST4't.ASS MAll
MID ATLANTIC PROGRAM SERVICE CENTER POSTAGE & FEES
300 SPRING GARDEN ST PAID
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PERMIT NO. G-11
OFFICIAL BUSINESS
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PREMISES "A"

ALL 'fHAT CERTAllt tract or lot of land cituate in the Townsh1P of Middletown, Ccunty
of packs and comraounrealth of Ponnsylvania, and bænded and described as followns

BEGINNHG at a Stone corner in the lino of lando of Joseph De TonlinOon at or n0&r


the side of the road leading fras Langhorne to Oxford valley and Trentons thence by
said Tcaliasonh8 land North 12 degrees 30 nimtes Woat 167.7 feet to a corners
thence by other lands of said Elitabeth Goodnoe Seath 79 degrees 2S nimten West
248.9 feet to a corners and Seth 05 degrees 08 nintes East 168.2 feet to a corner
in the road firot raentioned: thence trf the said road Horth 79 degrees 25 mimtes
East 272.1 f00t to the place of beginning.

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Highways 1o more fully txunded and described according to a Plan of Survey for
Daniel W. Day and Neil J. Gilleople by Pickering, Corts & Sunnarson, Inc.,
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R. 291 Spur, a
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the Northorly 1,egal Right of Way Line for L R. 281 spur South 76 degreen 03
minutes 29 anconda West 269.86 feet to a point turked by a concrete nonnent (Pnd):
thence along property now or fomerly Leo I. and Thaddeus R. Wrubleaky the two
following courses and distances vizr (1) North 02 degreca 53 ainutes 59 acconda
West 146.49 feet to a point parked by a Brownstone (Pad.); and (2) North 80 degreen
53 minutes 40 seconds East 248.94 foot to a point rurked by a Brornatono (Pnd.),
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COUNTr TAX PARCEL NO. 22-40-40

PREMISES "B"

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Pennsylvania, bcunded and discribed according to a curvey and Plan Endo bj
Pickering, Corts arid Summerson, Civil Engincorp and Surveyors, Woodbcurno Road,
Langhorne, Pa. on May 14, 1957 na folloin, to vita

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PAGE Ele · BUCKS COUNTY COURIER TIMES PENNSYLVANIA SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1988

Real Estate Transactions


Middletown tracts are sold for $1.9 million
Two tracts of land alond Old 3434 W. End Ave.. Margaret E. Caul 95 llerski PO Glorfa J, Broeker, 317).$05. 60 Harmony Rd.. Gary W. Graves to 72 Windirig t.ene. Orfhedox De9ekswnent F'chard E. RFne. 181900-
Wit ilam A. GI ett 19 00. 957 DIxen Ave., Dominlc M. Ferrero Is Thomes A. Kurnbet. $10B,500 le John R. McCuliqugfi, 3319.990.
IJncoln Highway, Mfddletown 5317 Mvrlei Lane. Brookvtew Land Oe. Patricia 4. Rkhards. 354.3XI. 1 Cobal? Dr.. *lilla Filfler 'o Her%grf rik
Belmonf A ius. HamDf0Q CrO153r10 $8
etLS65.912.
Township, have been purchased velapment to Wililam F. Hallmen, sid2.746. 7 GridIrori Rd.. Calvin 5. Verner to Ad- A. Neutier, 199.GNI. Northemelout 1159 Orcap Way. >erome F. Rich k wtê-
by Ren Gar Ridge for $1,900,000 a ScrInodele Drive, 5teph n R. Certler le minlitrefor of veteran APfairs.110 5 207 Hidden Sorleiqi Larie, Polaran Tham. 10 Tangleerook Or., $raven R. Dunke in II A. lier Jr.,5162.
Rlcr6erd Fane4II, ETGa.500, aF2 Stanford Rd.. Cenirsi Sucks FO mana lo 254drnced
Gernevege. E-,0? 000. Roman SNRhris, s230.00 . 514 Militia Hlll Rd., Rabert H. Traenk
deed filed in the Bucks County Re- Jell Harvest Rd., Wiltfam . Garfes to George Roa4tis. 5130.3®. Sandybraak Orlww. Erheard J. Contura In 90 GrarJf Dr-, Michael P. Sharr 10 Wil- k Edurard J. DeWeld, 51n000.
corder of Deeds office discloses. 1,ge P. McGowan. $151. 172 Asclefree Dr., AdrntnI59tationef Vet- Yono M. Lee- 16L50D. Ifem J. Ruffing. St74.000. Steamtmar $tailori. Beisnant Sretícre to
The land together wLth the 06d Jat Dr., J. Bennert Enterprisen to era Affair5f LDulsG. Fertig,se,750- Af7Trappet.ene.WillFarnt 'lefferityrie 245 Jackie,viiie Rd., Peur u. Dai, in DJ. ;rmaas L. Lrue. 557.445-
buildings was sold by Neil J. Gil-
ItcfiellJ. K 16$, aose Peony Road. $rephen E. DotNn hl b Wrrilam H. E6tenerian, s206aite Ricert K. Muscera. sea.mio. 1345 Chings.oodfi Od., JiWiri F. Seerigy
5325 Muriel Lane. stadvlew Land Oe. Ichaet C, Nehon, 570, taa7 Dxford Valiev Rd., Mary H. Hell Hidden Cove Dr., Lor 19. ChurchvH$s r -·'.wsh Sl(Q, 1131,90D.
lesple. vel 254cmentLerry I. Sitsrzky. 5155,7
4]I5Ide Awe., 350 Delancey 5treet Inc..|
10 John 5. Miller. 196.00D. Constructiori to Larry M. Moses. 5333,91B.
Farle Hazel A.enue, Clair a r an la 115 Cwgress CIrcle, Mark E. Gcd®erg to
Other real estate transactions Tidtrian, 54,000. 21 Jensen Dr., Jernes F. Hallman to crninJe. M. Ferraro, 5140, Illiam . Dellas, siv4.500 Thefallowingrealestatetrans- .
in Bucks County feelude; Illtide Ave., Paul Tidmen to Kurt Mark T. Rueln. slao. 55 Parkside Dr., Bruce T. Lasser le a22 Revere Dr., Curt arrige le Jozacil actions were recorded in Upper
CIark, $16,505. UO Rice Dr., George H. Hotchkf55 çD
sennaam John M. Wassum11ae
Jarnes P. Roweri. 1349,900. P. Cardcappa. 3178,990,
indecendence Drive. Cetiert Homes to
Ea eks County:
103 Medge Rd., Jerries $. 5sF1 to Grece Bedsninnter TownsigIp
Ede Edgewood Ave.. Jann P. 1.ucza to Bristol Township a20 o d ivd., Cllffard Ick W. SWpson. 5111000. Rober1F. Hamer Jr.. 1125.990.
erwy J. Leur.2Vnskl.18$-000. 1B]$ Ed0ely Ave., Jlrnrnle 12. Harriscri10 Philr|0 . Ner.5129.0 C7iestnut 5freer, Olive croutilemet po
DO AJbert't Way, fephen . Hvise le Sprint House Lane. R®crt 0. Schick fe -¿Fft . eridAn e&T.Safemen,51.
5152 Cadacun Court. Ptillis AL Zinn to Paul M. SUss, s93.000. e y burnorri Lane. Paui T, Martona to Jernet S Barth 5166.000. Amfondo Filipe, 1120.
Ttrnomy Forit. 181,500. 293F Penn Valley Ave . Jarries M. Kenm Robert J. Opacki, ll02.9M. Allem Larle, Carl H. and Ruth C. weir
Tevi r r..Willterrt T.MorrowruRegilty F$ Ne Ps Awe-, Leslie Homes le Kamal A. chall hri B. and Ellrabem A. Rice,
HWmevllie Rued, Mergeret A. YeC0well in Josepf4 Q. Garcle, 539.000. §f vermoer Land. Donald F. Bacias le rl0tneerlf) Devel imeet,sE0.00a. E a,61ag.900. 51
95)un0JunKI .512a.dXXI. Parson Place, Carmtas 5. Dfilmorte le ndal .1vey,19 , 49Queenstrrd0e d. JctleeID.Lefpd 11.5 Pcfters Pface. Ronald Gig||gell to
SprInadale Drive, Jarnes Crowfay to Arnold D. Tufano. 517a.CIMI. Tirreer Lane. Idin Gib4flsco Fo Harry G. D Road, Michsei J. Finegen aged
er 10 Rober? O- Walte, 5110- Trven A. aormN, 51$3.Jce.
Y if Os.llW.9 O. 4703 Fayette Dr., Charfes J. Reccrds I Foerster Sr., sua.ccD. 201 Acieline Place, WLillasn 5.evers le Kb Caste bevm to $reven ena Ruth Le.
042
Westacod Pla<c. wUltam D. Bans to 4td0 106.
29 Devornfifre Pisce. Fraficl5 R. Pelf, Acnald W. B1Jtka, Ea0.005. 710 Chatham Ra., Josech E. Belfersdorf David 5. Russett.5156.900. Louh E. Eleuer, 3197,00lt
UXI VER SI T Y o PEXXS YL VA XIA °'''°e's°i'E"" °"A, PERSITY REGISTRAR
RECORD OF NEIL J. GILLESPIE
ID NUMBER 160-52-5117 BIRTHDATE: 03/19/56 AT THE UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL
DATE OF ISSUE 07/29/96

* * * * * * * * * * ACADENIC PROGRAM * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA COURSE WORK * * * * * *


(Continued from previous column)
School : WHARTON
Division: WHARTON EVENING Spring 1988 WHARTON EVENING
Degree Program: BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ECON 2 EV INTRO ECON 1.00 CU C
Major: MARKETING Term Statistics: 1.00 CU GPA 2.00
Cumulative: 12.00 CU GPA 3.25
* * * * * * * * * * DEGREES AWARDED * * * * * * * * * * * Summer 1988 WHARTON EVENING
12-23-88 ASSOC IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MKTG 11 EV MKTG BEHAVIOR 1.00 CU B
CUM LAUDE Term Statistics: i.OO CU GPA 3.00
Cumulative 13.00 CU GPA 3.23
* * * * * UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA COURSE WORK * * * * * *
Fall 1988 WHARTON EVENING
Summer 1985 WHARTON EVENING ACCT 18 EV MANAGERIAL ACCT f.OO CU C
LG ST1A EV COMMERCIAL LAW 1.00 CU B ART OO101A ART-CIV BFR 1500 1.00 CU D
LG ST1B EV COMMERICAL LAW 1.00 CU A MGMT 3 EV INTL MGMT 1.00 CU B
Term Statistics: 2.00 CU GPA 3.50 Term Statistics: 3.00 CU GPA 2.00
Cumulative: 2.00 CU GPA 3.50 Cumulative i6.00 CU GPA 3.00

Fal l 1985 WHARTON EVENING Spring 1990 WHARTON EVENING


MGMT 3 EV INTRO PROC MGT 1.00 CU B MGMT 010 ENTREPENURIAL & ORGNZN 1.00 CU B
P SCI1 EV AMERICAN GOVT 1.00 CU C MKTG O24 ADVERTISING MANAGEMENT 1.00 CU A
Term Statistics: 2.00 CU GPA 2.50 Term Statistics: 2.00 CU GPA 3.50
Cumul at i ve : 4.D CU GPA 3.00 Cumulative: 18.00 CU GPA 3.06
Equivalent Credit: 2.00 CU
Spring 1986 WHARTON EVENING Total Credit: 20.00 Cu
MKTG 1 EV MARKETING 1.00 CU A
STAT 10tEV BASIC MATH 1.00 CU A * * * * * * * * * PENN EQUIVALENT CREDIT * * * * * * * * * *
Term Statistics: 2.00 CU GPA 4.00
Cumul at i ve : 6.00 CU GPA 3.33 External Transfer Credit:
BUCKS COUNTY COM COL, ENGL FREE 1.00 CU
Summer 1986 WHARTON EVENING MGMT FREE 1.00 CU
CRIM 3 EV CRIMINOLOGY 111 1.00 CU B
Term Statístics: 1.00 CU GPA 3.00 Total Penn Equivalent C d t waEded: 2.00 CU
Cumul at i ve : 7 00 CU GPA 3.29

Fall 1986 WHARTON EVENING


* * * * * * * * * * * ACTIONS * * * *y * *,* * * * * *
ACCT 1A EV ACCT FUNDAMENTLS 1.00 CU A Re-Admitted Spring 1
MGMT 2 EV IND REL-PERS ADM 1.00 CU A
Term Statistics 2.00 CU GPA 4.00
Cumul at i ve . 9.00 CU GPA 3.44
BBA Candidate f .
Summer 1987 WHARTON EVENING
MKTG 6 EV SELL & SALES MGM 1.00 CU B * * * * * NO OFFICIA NTRIES BEYOND 1 * * * * * *
Term Statistics: 1.00 CU GPA 3.00
Cumul at i ve : 10.00 CU GPA 3.40

Fall 1987 WHARTON EVENING


ECON 1 EV INTRO ECON/MICRO 1.00 CU B
Term Statistics: 1.00 CU GPA 3.00
Cumul at i ve : 11.00 CU GPA 3.36

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8
TRANSCRIPT INTERPRETATION
GENERAL INFORMATION the t<il]Ie anci dehriittons below I in.mmoiete Table 6 _
Current official transanpts are printed on tinted YEAR PASSMARKS NON-PASS || E· sti-11 ieri Irtctirnplete Law School except for cou ses omside me Low Schoo
l· Pm manur1t locornplele
paper, erasures will be apparent, and photocoptes iHighFS1 TO )WESI w w,tnd,,,e
see Table li
ill say VOID across them AH oIticial Iranscripis are 1908 1932 C N NR No grrides reported ror courrw O Ou1staridirtu i t' esr. grade ·. apply io first
starnped with the Office of the University Registrar 'Ci?-1901 A M tMd) CiJi lhh L.r f GR No grade reporiets rm ..ruder t
u tinsatsracrurv s n-.he,
Seal, in rnult|COlOred Ink. The seal 'ncludes the From 1961 A:4| Br3; C 2 Dil. I NS AUD AuJtt
OD ishnciumnat
signature of the University Registrar, the date ol Nuirit:r pari"irtiega-s r.istt, ir
iS$UG.andtheState ent;"InCompharice withP L 93- DEFINITIONS G und
380 thns record :ihall rror oc marte nadame ro any unal,hiv1
rhard party wrlhout the studenr·s consent " F 042 Fadure NS - No $!anding
NE Cordilionaliadore W · Wiria,aan passirm Itsalisbetorv wi!ts Fredst
Course Numbering System i -- Incompielii Table 3 UNC t.rpt..ilir>bi iory, un crediq
F f.wlure
1 -399 Undergraduato courses P -- A THROUGH D |t9fi4 /OF
A THROUGH C t1971 Jirovnit)
School of Nursmg, undergraduate te11ectwe FaD 199-1) P
400-499 Mixed courses primarily for Wharton Evenmg Sctical teffecieve Fall. 1994: IC rr1
undergraduate sttadenis Wharton School, undergraduate 1erfer;h se Falt, 1994F W Waharev.
500-599 Mixed courses primarily for - l.lis.1d1 TuiSPled
NR No ar, .s repo·te | P
graduate students Key to Grades and Designations After 1948 A, A L s .ellent GR No ara-1e top riralør ·.
CR Creel
B..B.B bood
600-989 Graduate courses c..c.c Aa,.m
990-999 Graduate individual sludy Term and Cumulative Averages D..O thrrowaewo Table 7
(thesis/dissertahon) courses Not all schools use grade-point averages on the F faHure
Scitool of Social Work ev.cr-pr DSW pròqrar, Icee
'ranscript Whet1 averages appear, Inr-y are calcu- P P,en A . t. D
Course Units, Semester Hours and Credit Hours Table Bi a:1d Ph D usoqram : -.ee Table li
lated aCCOrding to in|5 Scale I exceptiorrne School of s s, srono pur.r..,
Credit information appears lo trie ogni ol the Denial Medtcine see Table 3;
CR Cred - it·c.wi or · øl> at or.us
Course tniorrnation on the Iranscript F fauure
A. 5 0 B 3 C. '' 3 D- · I Ir-Gumt lete
NCR N--n reat.
A course unit (CU) generally remesents are A. 4 i) 0 30 C 2 o 0 - t 1 - trompleli-
COurse that rneels for 3 (10urs per week Of class lime W 1hibc-
A 4 ·s B 2 ; C · · D 0 NR N. ar.u , rencerrt1 r r U-u
4 hours of lat)oralory or 5 hours 01 class lirne o WF N hdrev, r. .i
GR Ne je reoormd to.- +rum
beginning language courses. in a course thal lasts AUD Audtt NR ·M·µàdt·; re: ute-1r."
for one term isernesler) GR No.pa.1++1rt:.r
A semester hour (SH) is dertned as one nour per INTERPRETING GRADES AUD Atu1H

week 01 Class time per lerm, or equivdlent iri other The variou schools and dev sion s of the Universily
COurse-related activrhes usedigerentgrading systems Thehrstsectiorlof tbe Table 8
A credit hour(CR) represer1tsone hour per week ut ranscopt ACADEMIC PROGRAM includes schoot School of Social Work. DSW program
Clâ$5 time iri a r:ourse that lastr, Orle quarie davtmon, and doqree mformabon F rid |he table lhat
Table 4
Opposed to one teIrn COIre%pOrir 6 Îù lhéit FI1 rnrät|On D lOW XCep!IQIlt.
College of General Studies
When students in divisions that award Cus lake will he notet) in the appropriate ra le Sumrner Sesseons C r sai
A. lost.rup.e.ned
courses in divisions trial award SHs. thetr SH credd A. A Ec.mlr
may be converled to CUs M a ratur of 3 i Howeve- Table 1 8 -. B. B w t.d w
. rT1[fètf'
nu oi~. s a,.
fractions are not always drspla yed arid cr ed 1 rnay tìe Annenberg School of Comrnuntcations c..c.c Am WF uros. F.m y 50.:.. .1· :-
ter|1poranly roundm1 down to zero Graduale Arts & Sciences D-.O "e .c.ere NR Nc. 3r me·.im...n
Coursesfor whic h na credit is awarded appear with Graduate School of Edtrcahon F Fa re
Graduate School of Fine Arts ... A+ iu D AUD % 1'
parentheses arou11d their ciemt v.ilue. for I:-muy le 5 5-^st æry µ<c.pe-,
(1.00) Ph.D programs u ahaano
Penn Equivaloni Credit to added to the credd |el," Law studenh wr.m takinu .u,r Table 9 .. __ _
under the fast term appe.irino un the Irarsr p r School othew.c sec. Table G. w Wharton Evening School r ..;r, tr
includes snternal arW external trandur crerli1 A-.A. A 1. .h.. 1 NR ·....pa-:cr.rciw!c ·r ·· Wharton School, undergraduate ·u
8 .B. B áu .u. r Ar.wnt:ora B · :,a
advanced pjacerr;ent credir. and cred.1 by enimina- C . C. C tr. . t
A'
tion D.,0 Pp
AUD A·
An H or GH precediuo the course numoor .de.il,:3
X A· .ul s
C
an honors course F
D
Free-form text included m currimr trarma ptr, P I·n - A. D n:o · l
A,,r ent,ca·i · e A
concluded by y
S S.e lactne, p-u· -. 1 r
Al the end of Ihe trar .t r 91 1N messau. NO li Table 5 ._
OFFICIAL ENTFHES BEYOND T14|S POI blT appears U ·Jo- ti-Net School of Engineering and Applied Science. eureor tea
Key To Grades and Designations Prior to 1948 t
Pr: U poqr 3ms isee Table 1. NB 'U. 1
Because grade designa!iorm have t.hanged over W n Jr.w Pr 1 A School of Nursing ithrougn Sarrirr.e· 1M4. ac.op! mr GR N · 1
Ph D progrrtens isee Tabte 1) AUD A
the yearswehave provided the following kr for use H r stn r c:<·, NC N.. cred, ,, .r eu.c Esu 5:-h
in determining ihmr values prror to 134& NR ha jrmir-s rew,r'.:d be :vu,-u
GR N· .rae rm o ed lor sttop:nt
Prior to July 1, 1932 1932 to 1948 C Amrage im gradume prom a a
AUD A n1 1 I own t e i a w ·.! ..rrm' .
D D stonqui%ed A latrus.ne C Unsiiotactrryi Table 10 __ _ _
G Gomi H Ver-, Gwrl Table 2 D helu er.wenngradun
Wharton School. Execohve MBA
N NotPassed Pa rui College of Arts and Sc+ences, undergraduate F l.nlure Wharton School, graduale, ul-ere ter prograrns
Condbou.pF,io.r N -, A. Druou nN P l'.in A 1c, D se Table 1
i O . . ili¬.- · id i |D · r.'
A.A Laualet S Satu¬ruciery progren DS n
14S No St.sruiiitg re .0,B t U IJ 15rhClory
c..c.c w.ro I ri c om pirtle
Key to the Marking System for the D- D HM .acrae Wifht1rew
F r NR nu are. tro 1ried ros cct NR -i
Undergraduate Wharton School P P1-,r. A. r.. GR Nø grade repor!c;l for ulur'-mr GR N..
In mlerpreting Ihe rnarks on any Undergradtate S W ·,r+ huv no AUD Au ht AUD
Wharton School tr anscnpt, note lhe year ant.1 consult u o nau x A-.aae-rur. Wulation urrd adJdte NC

Office of the University Registrar 042


221 Frankhn Bunding. 3451 Watnut Street . Philadelphia. Pennsylvanra 19104-6291 042
12iS 898-64 1 1
STATE OF FLORIDA

DEPARTMENT 0[" LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT SECURITY


Division of Vocational Rehabilitation

VOCATIONAL SCREENING

OF

Mr. Neil Gillespie


266 7th Avenue North
St. Pete~sburg, Fl 33701
SSN: 160525117

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation

525 Mirror Lake Dr

Rm 145

St. Petersburg, FI 33701

813 893-2261

9
VOCATIONAL SCREENING
CLIENT INFORMATION:
Neil Gillespie is a 38 year old white male currently residing
at 266 7th Avenue, North, St. Petersburg, FI 33701. Mr. Gillespie's
disability is congenital cleft palate. He lives alone and does have
regular contact with his immediate family. He possesses a valid
drivers license and has independent transportation. He was a self
referral to the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation. He requested
assistance with medical treatment relating to repair of the cleft
palate and assistance in determining an appropriate vocational
direction. Mr. Gillespie has completed two years of college study
at the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Business. He
maj ored in Business a t this time. Subsequently, Mr. Gillespie
worked as a car salesman and' progressed to owner of two separate
care dealerships in the Philadelphia area. These businesses were
later dissolved.
SCREENING RESULTS:
Mr. Gillespie has held a variety of positions in the past.
Most of these have been in the area of sales and business
management.
Past work history includes:
Utility worker 3 months
Manager/Owner Auto Dealership 98 months
Auto Salesperson 48 months
Assistant Manager Retail Trade 36 months
Laborer Steel Industry 10 months
An unadjusted vocational profile was developed from the job
history. In order to confirm or deny these abilities the following
information and tests were utilized:
Medical Information from Pamela Kynkor M.S. dated 6/15/93
Jane Scheuerle Ed.D dated 6/2/93
Noreeen Frans M.S. dated 7/2/93
Mutaz Habal M.D. dated 5/5/93
Wide Range Achievement Test
Shipley Institute of Living Scale
Myers-Briggs
General Aptitude Test Battery
United States Employment Service Interest Inventory
Bender-Gestalt
TEST RESULTS:
WRAT-R2
READING 12+
SPELLING 12B
ARITHMETIC 7.4
BENDER-GESTALT
SUGGESTS AN INDIVIDUAL WITH TRENDS TOWARD HAVING HIS ENVIRONMENT
BOTH HOME AND WORK ORDERLY. THERE WERE SUGGESTIONS OF EXPANSIVE
TYPE OF INDIVIDUAL AND SOME SUGGESTION OF ACTING OUT BEHAVIOUR.
THESE WERE MINIMAL AND IF PRESENT COULD BE SEEN AS SOCIAL ACTIVISM
OR USE OF EXISTING PROCEDURES WITHIN COMPANIES, SOCIAL SERVICE
AGENCIES, ETC TO REDRESS GRIEVANCES.
USES-II
SEE GATB/USES SECTION
MYERS-BRIGGS
INTP exhibits great preC1Slon in thought & language. Continuous
intellectual scanning tends to see inconsistencies immediately. Has
excellent concentration. Authority does not impress the INTP;
dislikes redundancy. Desires to understand the universe and
constantly looks for universal laws & principles. Can become
intellectual snob & show impatience with those less endowed. This
is perceived as arrogance and generates hostility & defensive
behaviors from others. INTP is the mathematician, philosopher,
scientis t; any job requiring architecture of ideas; but INTP is not
interested in the implementation. Tend not to be sales people or
writers; make excellent teachers, but can be demanding on their
students. Not good at clerical tasks, impatient with routine
details. Prefer to work quietly, without interruption, and alone.
Do not welcome constant social activity or disorganization in the
home. The mate. of an INTP probably manages the social life. INTP
tends to retreat into books & emerges only when physical needs are
imperative. Has difficulty expressing emotions verbally; so the
mate may feel taken for granted. Home is usually calm, low key, and
well ordered. INTP deals with the environment primarily through
intui tion; thinking tends to be complicated and remains hidden
except in close associations; their reserve is difficult to
penetrate. This makes INTP difficult to know. Tend to be shy except
with close friends. Very adaptable until principles are violated.
Feeling qualities tend to be underdeveloped & make INTP insensitive
to the needs of others. About 1% of the population.
SHIPLEY
SHIPLEY RESULTS SHOW ESTIMATED IQ OF 93. THIS IS CONSIDERED TO BE
AN UNDERESTIMATE OF MR. GILLESPIE'S TRUE POTENTIAL. SOLID ABILITIES
EVIDENCED IN CULTURAL PART OF TASK. SLIGHT DIFFICULTY WITH ABSTRACT
PART OF SHIPLEY.

16PF

RESULTS SUGGEST AN INDIVIDUAL WITH HIGH NEED TO BE INDEPENDENT AND


FREE OF EXTERNAL CONSTRAINTS. THIS INDIVIDUAL MAY USES HIS FEELINGS
IN ORDER TO MAKE DECISIONS. HIGH INTERESTS IN HUMANITARIAN
ENDEAVOURS AND PRODUCTIVE CREATIVITY. INDICATIONS OF INTEREST SHOW
HOLLAND CODE TYPE (ASI) I

GATE/USES
PART RAW - A P T I T U DES OAP -
NO SCORE GGG VVV NNN SSS PPP 000 KKK FFF MMMM OA ## H M
1 [ 49] 118 Ar 01 [Y] [ ]
2 [ 18] 70 Sc 02 [ ] [ ]
3 [ 22] 20 117 Pa 03 [Y] [Y]
4 [ 31] 67 123 Pr 04 [Y] [ ]
5 [ 33] 67 Me 05 [Y] [Y]
6 [ 11] 26 19 In 06 [Y] [ ]
7 [ 30] 58 BD 07 [Y] [Y]
8 [ 70] 101 Se 08 [Y] [Y]
9 [ 90] 23 Ac 09 [Y] [ ]
10 [ 94] 72 Hu 10 [Y] [ ]
11 [ 29] 42 LI 11 [Y] [Y]
12 [ 28] 57 PP 12 [ ] [ ]
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
APT SCORE [113] [123] [ 89] [117] [125] [118] [101] [ 99] [ 95] High Score Line
SEM 6 6 6 8 9 9 7 12 11 Std. Error Line
APT + SEM [119] [129] [ 95] [125] [134] [127] [108] [111] [ 106] Med. Score Line
DOT SCORE [2 -] [2+] [4+] [2=] [2+] [2=] [3=] [3=] [3 -] High Score Line
DOT + SEM [2+] [1-] [3-] [2+] [1=] [1-] [3+] [2-] [3+] Med. Score Line
G.A.T.B. APTITUDE GRAPH
===============================================================================
CLUSTER . I APT 00\ - 10\ 1 10\ - 33\ 1 33\ - 67\ 1 67\ - 90\ 1 90\ - 100\
---+---+---+---+---+---+---+-*-+---+---+---+---+---+---+--­
-G- IGGG=======>1
COGNITIVE -v- 1 VVV===>
-N- I NNN===> 1 1
- - - - - - - - - - -+- - - - - - - - - - -+- - - - - - - - - - -+- - - - - - - - - - -+- - - - - - - - - -­
- S­ 1 SSS===>1
PERCEPTUAL - P­ I PPP=======>
-0- 1 1 1 OQQ=======>
- - - - - - - - - - -+- - - - - - - - - - -+- - - - - - - - - - -+- - - - - - - - - - -+- - - - - - - - - -­
-K­ KKK===>1 1
PSYCHOMOTOR -F­ 1 FFF=======> 1
-M- 1 IMMM=======>1 1
---+---+---+---+---+---+---+-*-+---+---+---+---+---+---+--­
* DOT RANGE 5-1 5=1 5+1 4-1 4=1 4+1 3-1 3=1 3+1 2-1 2=1 2+1 1-1 1=1 1+
===============================================================================

COMMON APTITUDE-INTEREST OVERLAP REPORT

*** HIGH APTITUDES WITH AVERAGE INTERESTS (Inventory) ***


OAP GOE - INTEREST -AREA GOE - # GOE'- WORK -GROUP -TITLE DATA JOBS GOE-PG
9 MEDICAL SCIENCES 02.03 MEDICAL SCIENCES 2 51 27
12 PLANTS & ANIMALS 03.03 Animal Training & Service 2 6 57
13 PLANTS & ANIMALS 03.03 Animal Training & Service 3-6 11 57
14 PLANTS & ANIMALS 03.04 Elemental: Plants & Animals All 157 59
21 MECHANICAL 05.05 Craft Technology 2-6 617 88
23 MECHANICAL 05.08 Land & Water Vehicle Operation All 41 108
24 MECHANICAL 05.09 Materials Control 1-4 93 110
25 MECHANICAL 05.09 Materials Control 5 34 110
26 MECHANICAL 05.10 Crafts 1-4 269 115
27 MECHANICAL 05.10 Crafts 5-6 148 115
28 MECHANICAL 05.11 Equipment Operation All 130 123
29 MECHANICAL 05.12 Elemental Work: Mechanical All 431 127
*** MEDIUM APTITUDES WITH AVERAGE INTERESTS (Inventory) ***
OAP GOE-INTEREST-AREA GOE-# GOE-WORK-GROUP-TITLE DATA JOBS GOE-PG
11 PLANTS & ANIMALS 03.01 Managerial: Plants & Animals 1-3 49 51
22 MECHANICAL 05.07 Quality Control 1-2 .28 104

TRANSFERABLE SKILLS ANALYSIS


Based on the above information and testing an adjusted
vocational profile was developed. Information was obtained from
OASYS in an attempt to discover transferable skills. On the primary
search level 0 occupations emerged. Further search on levels 4-8
yielded 69 job titles. Of these jobs many were involved in the
medical, psychological, and counseling arena.The client explored
these areas and selected
Podiatrist 079.101-022
General Practitioner 070.101-022
RECOMMENDATIONS
This is a 38 year old white male with cleft palate which
significantly affects long term ability to use verbal
communication. Repair or revision of the cleft palate to preserve
and remediate Mr. Gillespie's ability to speak is indicated. From
information obtained from his treating physician, initial
assessment, transferable skills analysis, labor market survey, and
vocational testing it is this counselors' opinion Mr. Gillespie
will need retraining. Completion of a 4 year degree is indicated.
Should Mr. Gillespie have difficulty with college based training to
a degree which would make entry into the medical field not
feasible, it is suggested he examine areas such as counseling,
chemistry, and teaching.
Should you have any questions or if I may be of any further
assistance please do not hesitate to contact me at
DVR, 525 Mirror Lake Dr. RM 145, St. Petersburg, Fl 33701 Tel 813
893-2261.
Sincerely

I~ttd :J4~t~
Brad L. Meyer CRC
Senior VR Counselor
~
" ~:. Division 01 Vocational HchllLJllltallOI1
". ~" INDIVIDUALIZED WRITTEN REHABILITATION PROGRAM
===== ,..,.. ,.. ./,,/,. ..
NAME NEIL GILLESPIE SOCIAL SECURITY NO.160525117
You have been determined eligible for:
_ _ _ Extended Evaluation" X Vocational Rehabilitation Services Post-Employment Services
Vocational Goal GENERAL PRACTIONER Amendment

1. OBJECTIVe NEIL WILL BE ABLE TO SPEAK FOR UP TO 8 HOURS WITHOUT REST OR


COMPLAINT OF PAIN AND DETERIORATION OF VOCAL QUALITY . \);'
~

EVALUATION CRITERIA: NEIL WILL EVIDENCE IMPROVED SPEAKING ABILITY AND


INCREASED TOLERANCE TO SPEECH AS CONFIRMED BY CLIENT AND/OR TREATING
PHYSICIAN REPORT DURING MONTHLY VR GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING SESSIONS.
Boginning Projected
SERVICE(S) dale end dale

SURGERY DR.HABAL MEDICAID/VR 6/9'J 6/95


HOSPITALIZATION MEDICAID/VR Bt94 6/95
. a/94 .. 6/95
ANESTHESIA,LAB,XRAY MEDICAID/VR
MEDICATIONS MEDICAID/VR 6/9~ ,i 6/95
S PEECH THERAPY MEDICAID/VR ~/95 12/95

COMPARABLE SERVICES AND BENEFITS: MEDICAID

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POSTED JUN 25, 2014 10:45 AM CDT


BY DEBRA CASSENS WEISS (HTTP://WWW.ABAJOURNAL.COM/AUTHORS/4/)

A Maine lawyer says he can no longer function effectively as a trial lawyer and he agrees with his
indefinite suspension, imposed by a Maine Supreme Judicial Court justice on May 27.
Newport lawyer Dale Thistle, 66, attributes his problems to a traumatic brain injury caused by a
November 2011 car accident, CentralMaine.com (http://www.centralmaine.com/2014/06/20/newport-lawyer-agrees-with-his-
suspension-over-disability-concerns/) reports. Complaints made to the bar about his handling of cases “are
serious and meritorious and directly stem from my brain injury,” he told the publication. “I even
self-reported a misfiling in federal court.”
Thistle says his intelligence is intact but his ability to perform executive functions is impaired. He suffers
from minor seizures and small blackouts. “I couldn’t organize my day-to-day life,” he told
CentralMaine.com. “I couldn’t stick to the tasks. It’s just the result of the brain injury.”
The Bangor Daily News (http://bangordailynews.com/2014/06/09/news/augusta/newport-lawyer-suspended-from-practice-because-
of-disability/) calls Thistle a well-known lawyer in its earlier coverage of the suspension (http://www.maine.gov/tools
/whatsnew/attach.php?id=621489&an=1). He represented a former Newport official accused of embezzlement, a
14-year-old girl accused of stabbing her aunt 106 times, and class-action clients who claimed they
were illegally strip-searched at the Knox County jail.
Thistle can regain his license if his condition improves, but he’s not optimistic. “I have no plans at the
moment,” he told CentralMaine.com. “I don’t know what I’m going to do.”

Copyright 2017 American Bar Association. All rights reserved.

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STATE OF MAINE SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT
Docket No. BAR 14-10

BOARD OF OVERSEERS OF THE BAR )


Plaintiff )
v. ) ORDER
) OF SUSPENSION
) M. Bar R. 7.3(e)(2)(B)
DALE F. THISTLE, ESQ. ) (DISABILITY)
of Newport, Maine )
Me. Bar #7483 )
Defendant )

By filing dated May 27, 2014, the Board of Overseers of the Bar (the

Board) petitioned this Court for an immediate Order suspending Dale F. Thistle

for disability-related reasons from the practice of law in the State of Maine.

Included with the Board's Petition was a Confidential Affidavit of Bar Counsel.

For good cause shown by the Board, Dale F. Thistle, Esq. appears to be a

disabled attorney; as a result, he has committed apparent violations of the

Maine Rules of Professional Conduct, thereby serving as a threat to clients, the

public and to the administration of justice. The Court fmds that Attorney

Thistle's actions constitute violations of M. R. Prof. Conduct 1.3; 1.4(a);


1.15(a)(b)(d)(e); and 8.4 (a)(c)(d).

Accordingly, this Court ORDERS that Dale F. Thistle be suspended from

the practice of law in Maine pursuant to M. Bar R. 7.3(e)(2)(B) until further


Order of this Court.

e Court further ORDERS that Attorney Michael A. Wiers of Newport,

Maine is appointed as the Receiver of Attorney Thistle's practice. The separate

Order for the Appointment of Receiver is incorporated herein by reference.


RECEIVE

Dated: 0 6 201
Clerk s office
Ellen Gorman, A sociate Justice
Maine Supre Judicial Court
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Gabor Degre | BDN


Cindy Dunton of Newburgh sits in the courtroom with her attorney Dale Thistle during her sentencing at the Penobscot Judicial
Center in Bangor in this July 2011 file photo.

By Judy Harrison, BDN Staff


Posted June 09, 2014, at 6:46 p.m.

AUGUSTA, Maine — A well-known Newport lawyer has been suspended from the practice of law
because of a disability, according to the Maine Board of Overseers of the Bar.

Dale Thistle, 66, was suspended indefinitely on May 27, according to information released Monday
by the board.

The nature of his disability was not disclosed.

Thistle’s order of suspension, signed by Maine Supreme Judicial Court Justice Ellen Gorman, said
that he “appears to be a disabled attorney; as a result, he has committed apparent violations of the
Maine Rules of Professional conduct, thereby serving as a threat to clients, the public and to the
administration of justice.”

His practice was placed into a receivership to be overseen by Michael A. Wiers, 65, of Hartland. He
is to deal with Thistle’s clients and report to the court about the financial shape of the practice,

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among other duties.

To be reinstated, Thistle must apply to the state supreme court. The suspension was recommended
by the legal staff at the Board of Overseers.

Thistle has represented many high profile defendants over the years, including Cindy Dunton, 52,
the former deputy clerk and treasurer in Newburgh. She was sentenced July 1, 2011, at the
Penobscot Judicial Center to to five years in prison with all but 20 months suspended for
embezzling nearly $200,000 from the town since 2006.

Dunton, who pleaded guilty in April 2011 to Class B theft by unauthorized taking, also was ordered
to be placed on probation for three years after serving her sentence and to pay about $252,000 in
restitution — which is the sum of the money she stole plus attorney and forensic auditor fees.

Dunton was released Oct. 12, 2012, after serving 15 months of her sentence, according to
previously published reports.

Thistle also represented clients in at least half a dozen federal lawsuits alleging illegal strip
searches at county jails.

http://bangordailynews.com/2014/06/09/news/augusta/newport-lawyer-suspended-
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