| BY GURNEY WILLIAMS III |
PHOTOS BY DAN KATZ
Kids in grade school called David Hugee "seizure head." Two or three times a day, his body would stiffen, he says, "and a little scary feeling would come upon me." Then he would zone out for a minute or two. He would walk around smacking his lips. Jab his left arm toward the ground. It was funny stuff to children who didn't understand the devastating electrical tempest in an epileptic's brain. But it was often terrifying to Hugee and his family.