ST. LOUIS — If you need to feel loved, Jim Ford says his is not the job for you.
“You’re going to have people try to run you over with your car,” he said.
For the last 20 years, he has worked as a repo man outside St. Louis.
But this story isn’t about his most disgruntled customers; It’s about his most grateful.
“He was wonderful. I mean, he’s the kindest man I’ve ever met in all my life,” Pat Kipping said if her repo man.
Pat and her husband Stan live in Red Bud, Illinois. Stan, a Navy vet and retired janitor, is in the early stages of Alzheimer’s.
They say they were never rich, but they’ve never been this deep in debt, either. The most devastating blow came just a few months back when they realized couldn’t even afford the $100 payments on their ’98 Buick Century.
“When …