At 93, Waldo Johnson probably is one of the
oldest people to have ever participated in building a home for Habitat
for Humanity. Just this past September, Waldo, a member of First Immanuel Lutheran Church in Portland, Ore., joined others in the congregation as part of a Thrivent Builds Homes collaboration with Habitat.
“Waldo has the energy of someone who is 20 years younger,” said Judy Wick, who worked with him. “Although he doesn’t see well, he got around the work site with no problem at all.”
|Waldo Johnson, 93, surveys the construction site of a Habitat house he helped built with other members of First Immanuel Lutheran Church, Portland, Ore.|
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