He wasn’t supposed to live past age 2. Now he’s a 40-year-old financial planner: ‘Working in investments was all I ever wanted to do.’

Jonathan Greeson was born with spinal muscular atrophy, a type of muscular dystrophy. Doctors told his parents that he wouldn’t live past the age of 2. Today, Greeson is a 40-year-old financial planner in North Carolina. He has never been able to walk. He started using an electric wheelchair at two-years-old, and still does. “At that time, the vendors said I was the youngest to use an electric chair,” Greeson said. “After putting a few bumps in the walls at my house, the chair really became just a part of life for me.” …

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