Larry LaRue

March 25, 2013 12:00 AM

At 41 gallons and counting, 87-year-old has giving in his blood

Joel Stumph crafts canes and walking sticks in his basement workshop, cutting, sanding and polishing branches and pieces of driftwood his family and friends bring him.

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