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Tony Whetten raised a family, traveled the world and built bridges and roads. But a year ago he lost his wife of 63 years and now has health problems of his own. Fortunately, Meals on Wheels not only brings food, the volunteers bring a treasured chance to talk. As he puts it, “That Sandy is awful sweet.”

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After a life of service, they need help

Meals on Wheels offers far more than food for clients

Once he built roads and bridges across Saudi Arabia, now he can’t walk without a cane and not even glasses can restore his failing eyesight.


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