BRIGHAM CITY -- Every morning, Carl Reichard heads over to the Brigham City Senior Center to have a cup of coffee and chat with the guys. Some days, he goes right home and spends the rest of the day with Revena, his wife of 56 years. But as often as three days a week, he fills in as a driver for the center's Meals on Wheels program.
Reichard, 79, has survived a heart attack and a stage four cancer diagnosis that took parts of his stomach, pancreas and his spleen. Still, he walks to the door of a home on his route with a youthful spring in his step and a smile on his face for the person inside.