The text from Sister Diane at St. Ignatius Martyr church was as odd as it was urgent: “A man is going to call. You must answer the phone.”
Kerry Ann Troy had just finished her daily “cry time” – that half-hour between dropping the kids off at school and driving back to her gutted house on New York’s Long Island or to the hurricane relief center.
Donald Denihan, who had made his money in hotel and real estate investments, had set up a fund. He called it God is Good. Until now, he wasn’t sure how he would use it.
(READ the AP story in the NY Daily News)