Marty Ravellette (10 December 1939 – 12 November 2007) was born in Goodland, Indiana without arms, attended Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network in Allentown, Pennsylvania as an infant and then the family moved to Oceanside, California where he was stopped for speeding in February 1963. The notoriety that resulted introduced him to his soon wife JoBeth Johnson and they moved to Klamath Falls, Oregon. Initially belonging to various denominations of Christianity, Revellette and several of the family converted to the Bahá'í Faith between 1967 and 1970. Later divorced, Ravellette moved to Teaneck, New Jersey serving the religion and then Chapel Hill, North Carolina where later he rescued an elderly woman in a burning car and again won national recognition. By then he was married a second time, and his life was noted in a documentary No Arms Needed: A Hero Among Us in 2003. Ravellette died in an auto accident in 2007.