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December 26, 1983, at the age of 21, Art Berg broke his neck
in a serious automobile accident, leaving him a quadriplegic.
that time ... Art has been recognized by three national sales
awards as a computer salesman for a national firm.
currently resides in Highland, Utah where he is President
of Invictus Communications, Inc. and eSpeakers.com, Inc. Art
has been named the 1992 Young Entrepreneur of the Year by
the Small Business Administration.
1994, Art was featured in Success magazine as one of the Great
Comeback's of the Year. As a member of the National Speakers
Association, Art achieved the highest earned designation
of Certified Speaking Professional and has been inducted into
its Speaker Hall of Fame -- a status achieved by fewer than
1% of professional speakers.
as many as 200 times a year, Keynote Speaker's Bureau in San
Francisco, California named Art as Consummate Professional
Speaker of the Year. Art was married since 1985 to Utah's
1981 Junior Miss, and 1992 Mrs. Utah USA, Dallas Howard, and
they have two children.
was a world-class wheelchair athlete who enjoyed a variety of
sports, including full-contact wheelchair rugby. On July 10th,
1993 he set a world-record by becoming the first quadriplegic,
at his level of ability, to race an ultra marathon of 325
miles between Salt Lake City, Utah and St. George, Utah.
authored two regionally best-selling books entitled Some
Miracles Take Time, and Finding Peace in Troubled Waters.
Art traveled more than 200,000 miles a year speaking to hundreds
of professional and civic organizations such as IBM, 3M, Sun
Microsystems, American Express, AT&T, Young Presidents Organization,
Coca-Cola, GTE, Sony, KeyCorp, NFL's Baltimore Ravens, and
Prudential Healthcare on the topic The Impossible Just Takes
a Little LongerSM.
It is with great sadness that I share with you that Art Berg has
passed away. His passing leaves a void that
will not be easily filled. His unconquerable spirit and his
love for life will be with us and inspire us forever. It was
a true pleasure to consider Art a friend. He inspired all
that knew him to reach beyond what they thought possible.
Died: February 19, 2002
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