At the age of 3, I was placed at the Home for Children with my three older brothers. I would remain there until graduation at age 17. Any attempt to accurately describe the consequences of this turn of fate or destiny would fail badly. I was taught the value of personal discipline and the need to respect others. It instilled in me a powerful work ethic and it provided me with the essentials to live a fulfilling and gratifying life. I am now Vice President for a transport company. My wife and I are the incredibly proud parents of two daughters, both college graduates. It is impossible to imagine how different my life would be today had I not been raised at MHCO.
Danny (Class of 1974)