LSSM Champion: Jeff Glossop

by Ben Potter 18. April 2011 10:38

Jeff Glossop of Dimondale noticed the banged up hallways when he visited his daughter, Angela, at Alison House, an apartment community just outside Lansing for adults with physical disabilities. Residents’ motorized wheelchairs kept bumping into the walls. Jeff volunteered to install wainscoting and top trim in the halls. Over more than two months he devoted nearly every Friday – his day off from his job at General Motors – to the project, which was financed with a grant from the Capital Region Community Foundation. Jeff says his reward is “the kick I get that Angie and her friends are so grateful to have the wainscoting and especially something they can hang onto as they go down the hall.”

 

 

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