February 20, 1966 – July 19, 2000
Stephen Gendin was a teenage member of Mensa and valedictorian of the Ypsilanti High School class of 1984. While studying at Brown University, he learned he had HIV. Gerdin went on to become a leading activist in ACT UP/New York, a columnist for POZ magazine, and the founder of Community Prescription Service, a mail-order pharmacy distributor. He died from AIDS-related complications at age 34.
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2 thoughts on “Stephen Gendin”
Stephen was my brother. Thanks for sharing this.
Margo Stephanie Hart ( Gendin)
Stephen was my brother. Thank you for posting this.