Published: Thursday, Aug. 9 2012 2:00 p.m. MDT
I did not know Hal Wing, but my husband who was disabled and I would go to the
nursing home to visit Hal's brother. His brother had MS, having a dear
friend with that disease, it is a very misunderstood disease and sometimes heart
breaking to see people now get or understand what that person is going through.
I was always aware of the man at the top of the hill in Springville that was
very successful, but I have a great respect for the frail man who laid in a
hospital bed in a nursing home at young age.
The world needs more people like Hal Wing, and I've never met him...
Hal was a good friend of my family, and he watched over my aging mother, for
which I am grateful. He used his resources to do good for others. He'll be
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