Dying Grandpa Ignores Doctor’s Advice In Order To Help His Family


Meet Ken Broskey. Two years ago, he was diagnosed with cancer. Instead of thinking of himself, Kenneth immediately thought of his family, and was struck with concern for his daughter and her family. Kenneth was worried she wouldn’t be able to afford her $95,000 mortgage after he passes away. So instead of entering hospice care, he took a job with Uber. Just this spring, Ken was told he had between two and ten weeks left. And then he met Roland Gainer. Their story is one of selflessness and love.

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Paul has been an actor/director in the Twin Cities area for over 30 years and is very active in the MN theater community. His kid is really cool! You can find his blog at "Parental Writes" blog.