"This will be the nicest median in the city," promised John's son, Nick, who's managed the properties since his father's death two years ago.
many now middle-aged or older, reminisced about living in Wessinger's student apartments--with their wallpapered walls, linoleum floors, and very small kitchens--before kids, before spouses, before they had homes of their own.
"When I first came [to the campus mail route] in '87, John took me in," Williams recalled. "I could call him up and say, 'Hey, this box is full, can you help me out?' And he helped me out.