Tony Mistlin's lesson: One kind gesture propels a lifetime of generous giving | Community Spirit
It all started with the generosity of a stranger.
While stationed in Washington D.C. during World War II, a young Tony Mistlin decided to see the musical production “Oklahoma.” He approached the box office only to discover that the ticket price amounted to about two months’ worth of his serviceman’s salary. He said thank you and turned to walk away.
What happened next had a profound influence on him.