I have two jobs. I work at a supermarket helping customers. I also work with a caterer doing food prep and delivery set up. I participate in Special Olympics. I compete in bocce, floor hockey, soccer and basketball. I am also a powerlifter. I enjoy Phillies and Eagles games as well as dances with my friends and girlfriend Kelly. I like to spend time over friend’s houses.  I enjoy cooking meatloaf or stir fry dinners for my family.  Mark Graham on Sean Hanley  Sean has been my coach and friend since 2001 and that’s a long time to be friends. We met when I was a freshman in high school. My gym teacher said I couldn’t be part of anything in class. So when my mom and dad heard about Sean and Developmental Fitness, they called to ask him to workout with me. And my mom made sure I did get to be part of that gym class. Sean and I had fun teasing each other about eating too much at a friend’s graduation party. He is Hoagie Boy and I am Meatball Man since then. Sean is a wonderful person and outgoing, and he pushes me through my personal workouts and powerlifting. Sean is my buddy. Sean Hanley  I am Dr. Sean Hanley. I am the founder of Developmental Fitness Company. I work as a Physical Therapist (DPT) and a Licensed Athletic Trainer (ATC).  I coach Special Olympics basketball and powerlifting. I competed as a powerlifter and runner many years ago. I enjoy Villanova University basketball, The Muppets, 80’s music and helping others.  Sean Hanley on Mark Graham  There is no greater bond than the one between a coach and an athlete. As a coach, I had the privilege of coaching, sharing and most importantly – learning – from Mark. I have had the honor of being good buddies with Mark for a very long time. Mark and I met while Mark was in high school. Mark soon became a trainee of Developmental Fitness Company. He also joined the Special Olympics powerlifting team in which I have the honor of coaching. Mark and I were attending a graduation party together in which Mark was consuming his favorite – the meatball sandwich. As buddies tend to create funny nicknames for each other as a symbol of their friendship – Mark “The Meatball Man” was born. Illustrator Dyanna Zollo  I am an artist and graphic designer by night, and work as Project Manager by day. I went to school for Interactive Media and I spend my summers painting murals. I live in a house in the country with my husband and my cat.  I enjoy playing video games and spending time with my friends and family. The Inclusion Team  Meatball Man and Hoagie Boy are symbols of the power of friendship and inclusion between those with and without disabilities and the amazing outcomes that can happen from learning from each other " /> I have two jobs. I work at a supermarket helping customers. I also work with a caterer doing food prep and delivery set up. I participate in Special Olympics. I compete in bocce, floor hockey, soccer and basketball. I am also a powerlifter. I enjoy Phillies and Eagles games as well as dances with my friends and girlfriend Kelly. I like to spend time over friend’s houses.  I enjoy cooking meatloaf or stir fry dinners for my family.  Mark Graham on Sean Hanley  Sean has been my coach and friend since 2001 and that’s a long time to be friends. We met when I was a freshman in high school. My gym teacher said I couldn’t be part of anything in class. So when my mom and dad heard about Sean and Developmental Fitness, they called to ask him to workout with me. And my mom made sure I did get to be part of that gym class. Sean and I had fun teasing each other about eating too much at a friend’s graduation party. He is Hoagie Boy and I am Meatball Man since then. Sean is a wonderful person and outgoing, and he pushes me through my personal workouts and powerlifting. Sean is my buddy. Sean Hanley  I am Dr. Sean Hanley. I am the founder of Developmental Fitness Company. I work as a Physical Therapist (DPT) and a Licensed Athletic Trainer (ATC).  I coach Special Olympics basketball and powerlifting. I competed as a powerlifter and runner many years ago. I enjoy Villanova University basketball, The Muppets, 80’s music and helping others.  Sean Hanley on Mark Graham  There is no greater bond than the one between a coach and an athlete. As a coach, I had the privilege of coaching, sharing and most importantly – learning – from Mark. I have had the honor of being good buddies with Mark for a very long time. Mark and I met while Mark was in high school. Mark soon became a trainee of Developmental Fitness Company. He also joined the Special Olympics powerlifting team in which I have the honor of coaching. Mark and I were attending a graduation party together in which Mark was consuming his favorite – the meatball sandwich. As buddies tend to create funny nicknames for each other as a symbol of their friendship – Mark “The Meatball Man” was born. Illustrator Dyanna Zollo  I am an artist and graphic designer by night, and work as Project Manager by day. I went to school for Interactive Media and I spend my summers painting murals. I live in a house in the country with my husband and my cat.  I enjoy playing video games and spending time with my friends and family. The Inclusion Team  Meatball Man and Hoagie Boy are symbols of the power of friendship and inclusion between those with and without disabilities and the amazing outcomes that can happen from learning from each other " />

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Mark Graham

I have two jobs. I work at a supermarket helping customers. I also work with a caterer doing food prep and delivery set up. I participate in Special Olympics. I compete in bocce, floor hockey, soccer and basketball. I am also a powerlifter. I enjoy Phillies and Eagles games as well as dances with my friends and girlfriend Kelly. I like to spend time over friend’s houses.  I enjoy cooking meatloaf or stir fry dinners for my family. 

Mark Graham on Sean Hanley 

Sean has been my coach and friend since 2001 and that’s a long time to be friends. We met when I was a freshman in high school. My gym teacher said I couldn’t be part of anything in class. So when my mom and dad heard about Sean and Developmental Fitness, they called to ask him to workout with me. And my mom made sure I did get to be part of that gym class.

Sean and I had fun teasing each other about eating too much at a friend’s graduation party. He is Hoagie Boy and I am Meatball Man since then. Sean is a wonderful person and outgoing, and he pushes me through my personal workouts and powerlifting. Sean is my buddy.

Sean Hanley 

I am Dr. Sean Hanley. I am the founder of Developmental Fitness Company. I work as a Physical Therapist (DPT) and a Licensed Athletic Trainer (ATC).  I coach Special Olympics basketball and powerlifting. I competed as a powerlifter and runner many years ago. I enjoy Villanova University basketball, The Muppets, 80’s music and helping others. 

Sean Hanley on Mark Graham 

There is no greater bond than the one between a coach and an athlete. As a coach, I had the privilege of coaching, sharing and most importantly – learning – from Mark.

I have had the honor of being good buddies with Mark for a very long time. Mark and I met while Mark was in high school. Mark soon became a trainee of Developmental Fitness Company. He also joined the Special Olympics powerlifting team in which I have the honor of coaching.

Mark and I were attending a graduation party together in which Mark was consuming his favorite – the meatball sandwich. As buddies tend to create funny nicknames for each other as a symbol of their friendship – Mark “The Meatball Man” was born.

Illustrator Dyanna Zollo

 I am an artist and graphic designer by night, and work as Project Manager by day. I went to school for Interactive Media and I spend my summers painting murals. I live in a house in the country with my husband and my cat.  I enjoy playing video games and spending time with my friends and family.

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The Inclusion Team announces the release of our book.

Meatball Man and Hoagie Boy in

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Looking forward to bring you a live reading, book dedication and celebrating our near year long journey to bring you the first book in our series.

Meatball Man and Hoagie Boy are symbols of the power of friendship and inclusion between those with and without disabilities and the amazing outcomes that can happen from learning from each other.

Sincerely, The Inclusion Team

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