By Tony Freemantle
He was 19, in his freshman year at Sam Houston State and his life stretching before him, when Seth Fitzgerald learned he had muscular dystrophy and the great unraveling began.
It didn’t happen overnight. He graduated, lived in his own place in the city, got a job with a couple of major corporations. But as he got on with the business of building a life, his body was busy ensuring he wouldn’t be able to do it.