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Byline: Julie Westfall STAFF WRITER
Listen to the way Beth Reed talks about her 8-year-old son Randy and you'd never guess it.
He gets As and Bs in his third-grade class at Gulf Gate Elementary. He's an avid computer junkie and loves to jump on his trampoline in his back yard.
But Randy has a congenital vision disease which has left him with very little sight.
For Randy and other students like him, 71 year-old Norma Marcum is a hero.
Marcum and other members of the Sarasota County Braille Transcribers lend their eyes, fingers and time to enable visually impaired students to keep up with their peers - and be like everyone else. …