How One Man Continues To 'Just Pass It On' Thomas Weller would have died in a snow bank in 1966 had a stranger not helped him. Weller has been helping strangers in the same way ever since.
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How One Man Continues To 'Just Pass It On'

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How One Man Continues To 'Just Pass It On'

How One Man Continues To 'Just Pass It On'

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Thomas Weller, 65, says he's been called an angel more times than he can count. StoryCorps hide caption

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Thomas Weller would have died in a snow bank in 1964 had a stranger not helped him. Weller, 65, has been helping strangers in the same way ever since.

"I've been called the Lone Ranger. And I've been called an angel more times than I can count," he says. "But, I'm no angel! When you help somebody else, you help yourself. And, it's ... real gratifying."

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Audio produced for Morning Edition by Jasmyn Belcher.