An elderly farmer whose daughter worked in the navy and could not provide her father with decent care, named Art. His requirements for a person helping with the housework were not at all trivial: in addition to ordinary help with purchases, the person had to be able to drive a 1959 Chevrolet truck with a steering column gearbox and three speeds, since the farmer dreamed of daily inspections of his own possessions.
Allan recalls that when he heard the client’s demands, he couldn’t even imagine that he could find such a multifunctional assistant who could manage the economy and drive a truck. But “patience and work” helped Haiger not stop halfway and find such a person – long telephone conversations, a lot of calls and failures, in the end were crowned with success! Continue reading