Every day is Father’s Day, and sometimes twice a day, for 93-year-old Montie Taylor, left, who lives at the Bethel Retirement Community in Modesto. His son, Jim, lives a mile away and each morning comes by to have breakfast and then stops by later in the afternoon or evening as well. Montie considers himself extremely fortunate. All of his eight children talk to him frequently and he expects to hear from all and be visited by some on Father’s Day. Since moving there in 2012, he’s seen other residents who rarely if ever get visitors.
Every day is Father’s Day, and sometimes twice a day, for 93-year-old Montie Taylor, left, who lives at the Bethel Retirement Community in Modesto. His son, Jim, lives a mile away and each morning comes by to have breakfast and then stops by later in the afternoon or evening as well. Montie considers himself extremely fortunate. All of his eight children talk to him frequently and he expects to hear from all and be visited by some on Father’s Day. Since moving there in 2012, he’s seen other residents who rarely if ever get visitors. Jeff Jardine jjardine@modbee.com
Every day is Father’s Day, and sometimes twice a day, for 93-year-old Montie Taylor, left, who lives at the Bethel Retirement Community in Modesto. His son, Jim, lives a mile away and each morning comes by to have breakfast and then stops by later in the afternoon or evening as well. Montie considers himself extremely fortunate. All of his eight children talk to him frequently and he expects to hear from all and be visited by some on Father’s Day. Since moving there in 2012, he’s seen other residents who rarely if ever get visitors. Jeff Jardine jjardine@modbee.com

Every day is Father’s Day for Modesto man and his son

June 18, 2016 3:23 PM