My wife suffers from severe dementia, and she and I were attending a funeral at St. Ignatius Church.
During the service, my wife started showing signs of being about to pass out. I was trying to keep her conscious when two men (one was a Cropo Funeral Chapel associate, I believe the other man have been affiliated with the church), brought a wheelchair, lifted my wife into it and took her outside.
They stayed with her while I got the car, then they lifted her into the car and buckled her in.
As we are both in our mid 80s, their act of kindness was very much appreciated. By the time we got home, my wife was feeling much better.
Many many thanks to both of you.
— Tom Moody