MICHIGAN (OCN) — A Medical Center has unexpectedly come into some cold hard cash this year.
Before his death in January 2009, 93-year-old World War II veteran, Marvin Schur, left all his entire fortune to Bay Medical Center.
Schur’s remains was found as cool as a cucumber three Saturday’s ago on January 17, 2009 after his home in Michigan was allegedly without heat due to his power company, Bay City Electric Light & Power, restricted his utilities due to unpaid bills.
Cathy Reder, Schur’s attorney, says that her client left a cool half-a-million (US$600,000) to Bay Medical Center.
Although it was not a cool way to go, Schur’s death has made it easier for other seniors to have a bit of piece of mind as on Wednesday, State regulators implemented emergency rules designed to protect residents against electricity or heat shutoffs in the winter.
A true hero to the very end.