The residents of the Senior Services Wesley Meadows facility in Hernando were once again entertained by Walter Plant this July to celebrate Independence Day. Walter was born blind in 1952 in Corpus Christi, TX and was immersed in the Gospels of our Lord. He fell in love with music and began playing piano at age 5. As a teenager, he put together a band and started playing for churches and VFW’s. He now tours as a solo act sharing his voice and songs to show others that the Father has shown him the way and is an example of love. He has been performing for over 30 years. He does not use any prerecorded tracks or CD’s for his accompaniment.
Wesley Meadows has welcomed Walter and his wife Joy to add to their July celebration for several years. The churches of the Desoto County Cluster support this time of fun and fellowship.
The attached pictures are as follows; Ann McCord, the surviving spouse of Rev. Billy McCord and a resident at Wesley Meadows, Rev Chuck Bursi, pastor at Love UMC and director of maintenance at Wesley Meadows, and Walter Plant conversing with members of the Desoto County Cluster that supports this yearly visit to the facility.