Bobby Seymour of Gulfport, right, stopped to buy kindling Monday from Kenneth Smith after seeing a Facebook post that went viral. In the post, a Gulfport resident talked about how friendly Smith is and how hard he works, even though he recently lost his wife to cancer.
Bobby Seymour of Gulfport, right, stopped to buy kindling Monday from Kenneth Smith after seeing a Facebook post that went viral. In the post, a Gulfport resident talked about how friendly Smith is and how hard he works, even though he recently lost his wife to cancer. Anita Lee calee@sunherald.com
Bobby Seymour of Gulfport, right, stopped to buy kindling Monday from Kenneth Smith after seeing a Facebook post that went viral. In the post, a Gulfport resident talked about how friendly Smith is and how hard he works, even though he recently lost his wife to cancer. Anita Lee calee@sunherald.com

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