A Big Heart without “Big Brother”

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Posted: Jul 24, 2008 3:30 PM

The “Townhall of Fame” department in the August issue of Townhall Magazine features John Croyle, founder of Big Oak Ranch, a home comprised of two separate boys’ and girls’ ranches for neglected and abused children. Croyle’s caring spirit roused him to begin the Ranch that so many call home and he does it all without any government funding. Croyle keeps the Ranch going with donations and refuses to be indebted to the feds. Now, that’s a man to respect!

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