100-Year-Old World War II Veteran Spends 20 Hours A Week Doing Something Amazing!

Harold Hager is 100 years old, but he doesn’t let that stop him from doing what he loves: helping others.

Hager volunteers at the Habitat for Humanity, and for the second year in a row, he has clocked in more volunteer hours than any of the other people who volunteer. When they sat down to calculate it all, they found that Hager has consistently been putting in a twenty-hour work week, and sometimes more, depending on what projects are ongoing.

His age isn’t really a factor in how much time he spends volunteering. Not only is it something to occupy his time, it is also a way to connect with others in a helpful way that is truly appreciated.¬†His next goal in life, aside from continuing his work with the Habitat for Humanity, is to reach the age of one hundred and five.

He does anything and everything and won’t shy away from any task.

Hager began volunteering in 2010 with the passing of his with of 71 years. In these past few years, he has begun to put in more hours,  testing light fixtures, sorting screws, and other miscellaneous tasks that need doing!

They are grateful to have his consistent and reliable help, and hope that he reaches his next goal of living another five, full years!

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