Redefining Life in the Bad Economy: Gerri Brown

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Gerri Brown recently turned 62. She'd hoped to start collecting social security immediately and retire from her job as a physical therapist. But her husband's been out of work for most of the last two years, and the downturntook at 30 percent bite out of their retirement fund. Brown spoke to Ryan Warner as part of CPR's series featuring people whose lives have been changed dramatically by the recession. She first contacted us through our Public Insight Network. If you'd like to share your story with us, please click here to join PIN.