It’s a long list, woven tightly into his legacy.
“He spoke of shoveling snow and mowing lawns for people,” Luchies continued. “He served our country during World War II and served others through his work as a baker and church custodian. He also volunteered for a hospice and at a blood bank.”
As his body fails, Morrie’s mission to help others remains intertwined with his soul.
“Even though his health limits Morrie to remaining in his bed most of the time, he has found a way to help homeless people by knitting hats,” Luchies said.
This article is published here with permission from SPECTRUM HEALTH. It was originally published on July 29, 2016 on their website http://healthbeat.spectrumhealth.org/