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A father, grandfather, church volunteer and the voting consumer representative on the hospital’s board, he said, "I still have my ups and downs, but I’m able to function as close to normal as possible."
Ott keeps a brick from the old forensic building on his living room table. It and the original iconic white, brick asylum on the hill were razed years ago.
The new medical services building replaces a facility built before Payne was born and will house health clinics, substance abuse programs and a pharmacy.
The pediatric center will replace two buildings, bringing the dorms, school and therapy rooms under one roof.
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