here. This is my next oldest brother. This picture of him appeared in his local newspaper. He was greeting people who came to share in the free Holiday dinner put on by the Waterville, Maine, Elks Lodge.
It doesn't surprise me that he would be volunteering; he has a heart the size of Alaska! A semi-retired entrepreneur, besides volunteering for the holiday meal at the Elks Lodge, he also delivers Meals-On-Wheels to the elderly in the area each week.
I say he's semi-retired, because he owned and operated a successful plumbing and heating business for many years, until he decided to retire and sold the business. Not one to sit at home, he always has some building projects of some sort brewing. I marvel at his energy; he's a true inspiration. I won't disclose his age, but I will admit that I'm 65 and there are 3 more siblings between us in age, so he's MUCH older than I am, although he doesn't look it. I'm proud to be able to talk about this great person and be able to say, "He's my brother!"