• Linda Winsor

    Paula and Sheila were the best in politics. They never strayed from showing that real and good politics are about improving people's lives. Paul rose to a level where many leaders stop working shoulder to shoulder with the people and start the dance of power and profits over people's needs. I always knew that Paul and Sheila were special and that added to my grief after ...

  • Cheri Gunvalson

    We should look for the special opportunities we have in life to serve and to make this world a better place than we found it.
    This was the life of Paul Wellstone.

    A man who recognized wrong and tried to make it right, a man who saw pain and tried to heal it. Such was the cause of Paul and Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. He was made aware of boys who needed a helping ...

  • Deborah Moses

    As the Head Start Director for all of the Head Start's in Ramsey County, barely a day goes by when I don't think of how Mary contributed to both our field of early childhood, while constantly working towards making our world and community a better place and still being an amazing mother. Her legacy motivates me always to do better and never give up fighting for what's right.

  • Patti Berg Anderson

    He was one of the most courageous, inspiring, unique statesman of our day. I miss my former U.S. Senator Paul Wellstone D-MN, his wife Sheila, and daughter Marcia. Gone way too soon. We need leaders like Senator Wellstone more than ever in America. I continue to be inspired every day I campaign in Maine, Minnesota or Wisconsin, make a nominal $$ contribution to a candidate ...

  • Susan Morgan

    Paul and Shelia were high school classmates. We were in the first graduating class of Yorktown High School in Arlington Virginia. I even attended their wedding. I was always impressed with their love for each other which later translated into a love for their country. I was devasted when I heard about their tragic deaths. Such a loss for the progressive movement. ...

  • Jeffrey Krieger

    As a team and marriage and environmentalists. They were warriors like myself. I liked their courage and chutzpah. They never gave up and knew all the issues and how to work them.

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