That’s a lot of clogged drains — a Canadian plumber has donated $25 million dollars to a British Columbia hospital.
The 82-year-old started out as an apprentice for Vancouver-based Keith Plumbing and Heating Company in 1954. Sixteen years later, he owned the business and today has 200 people working for him.
Now, the Lions Gate Hospital has renamed its South Acute Tower after the pipe-patching philanthropist.
Myers says he’s a bit overwhelmed by people’s reaction to his gift–he just wanted to “make a difference.”
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