BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (AP) – A Brentwood doctor and his wife are boxing up their belongings and either giving them away or selling them off as they prepare to move to Haiti for full-time mission work.
The Tennessean reports Dr. David Vanderpool and his wife, Laurie, plan to serve the medical, educational and spiritual needs of the people there.
The are closing LaveMD, a practice that does aesthetic treatments such as fixing varicose veins and liposuction, and have a May 10 date set to close on the sale of their home.
Laurie Stallings Vanderpool says she and her husband, who have participated in several mission trips over the years, are “being promoted to something really grand.”
Information from: The Tennessean
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