TIFTON — MRS Homecare, a local medical equipment company, recently donated two transport wheelchairs to the Tift County High School special education program to be used at the high school. MRS Homecare has been in business for over 30 years and has 12 locations in Georgia. It is locally owned by E. Tom Riddle and has its corporate headquarters in Tifton. MRS provides all manner of home medical supplies, complex rehab wheelchairs, oxygen and sleep therapy devices. Pictured from left is Linda Clements with MRS Homecare, special education teacher Cindy Johnson, special education teacher Tammy Jones and Tyler Riddle with MRS Homecare.
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