Published: 2:13 pm, Fri. June 7th, 2013Updated: 2:27 pm
By BRIENNE GREEN
Daily Press Editor
Few would argue the fact that a life devoted to the greater good is a life well spent. Few, however, are willing to make the sacrifices such a life demands.
The eighth of 10 children, Clayton Menefee learned from an early age the values of hard work and selflessness. Aboard a Navy hospital ship during World War II, he experienced at a young age the satisfaction of aiding others. And as he settled into adulthood and his career, he made those lessons a way of life. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.