Kind-Hearted Neighbor Gets 100 Volunteers to Paint an Elderly Man's House After Teens Called It "Crappy"
He hopes it's a lesson in respecting your elders. When an elderly man's dilapidated home became the subject of jeers in the neighborhood, one Good Samaritan took action—along with 100 of his best friends. ABC News reports that Josh Cyganik got a group together to give a Pendleton, Oregon home a fresh coat of paint. Cyganik is a track inspector for the Union Pacific Railroad, and meets his coworkers every day across the street from Leonard Bullock's home. One day, heard two teenage boys walk by the man's house and exclaim, "Look at this crappy house. They just need to burn it down." Bullock, 75, was in earshot, since he always sits on his front porch, and became dejected.
SUNNY GANDHI, SALES REPRESENTATIVE
Royal Star Realty Inc., Brokerage
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