Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Clarice Tinsley's Hometown Heroes: David Kasten

Written by Kyla Campbell
We already knew it but now it is official! 

David Kasten is a Hero, a Hometown Hero in fact. 

A while back, we wrote about David when he hit his 1,000th volunteer hour and now, Fox 4 named him this week's Hometown Hero in Clarice Tinsley's weekly spotlight.  

It has been said that one should "do what you can, with what you have, where you are." At the Red Cross, we see volunteers each and every day completing tasks with their varied God given skills all across this country. Each role, no matter the size, impacts someone's life. 

David Kasten impacts others by hitting the road every day to do what he can, with what he has, where he is. It just so happens that where he is, is all over North Texas, transporting donor's blood to hospital doors and we are lucky to have him!

Congratulations, David!
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