Farmer-Pharma:  USAF Vet Secretly Paid Local Pharmacy Bills for a Decade
When an Alabama man passed away, recently, it exposed a ten-plus-year secret:  The Air Force veteran had been donating money – anonymously – to help people who couldn’t afford their medications.

Hody Buford Childress set up a payment plan with a pharmacy.

For over a decade, Childress gave $100, every month, to Geraldine Drugs.  The farmer wanted it to be quietly used to help those who were really in need, all around his hometown of Geraldine.

When Childress wasn’t able to make it to the store himself, he sent someone else with the money.

Childress’s daughter Tania Nix says her father was always positive.  “He never lost his optimism,” she said.

There’s more to the story, here:  (newser)

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