Last call for the last men

After awhile, apparently, it’s not a lot of fun getting together with a smaller and smaller group of people to wait out who will be the last one alive.

The Rochester Post Bulletin reports the Last Man Club is disbanding.

“I mean, there’s no sense of only four or five of us getting together once or twice a year when we started out with almost 100,” Kendall Heins, 95, told the PB.

“It’s something that comes along, and you take care of it,” he said.

  • Bob Moffitt

    One thing America is unlikely to run out of soon is veterans.

    As we bid farewell to the WW II vets, let’s not forget our brothers and sisters from other conflicts.