The Magazine of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


Retired principal schools adults with special needs

Many of the people Louis Bragg assists don't want it. Fortunately for them, he helps anyway. Since 1993, Bragg, a member of Advent Lutheran Church, Cleveland, has worked for the Volunteer Guardianship Program, where he manages the lives of adults who have been declared incompetent.

The Western Reserve Area Agency on Aging recently recognized Bragg as "an individual who has made a positive impact on seniors."

A former school principal, Bragg, 72, first joined the program as a volunteer, following in his wife's footsteps.

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