Vacuum Salesman Loses Sale, Saves Life and Makes a New Best Friend

Paul Sucher was dying and his medical bills were piling up. His kidneys were in such bad shape that he was on dialysis three times a week and the doctors didn't seem optimistic. But just as time was running out, a new beginning would come for Paul in the form of a door-to-door vacuum salesman. A while back, the former strangers dropped by the BPP to share their remarkable tale of generosity.

You heard the short version on the show today. Click below for the full interview:



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