ALWAYS being interested in other people and an active charity life has helped one Worthing man make it to 100.
Jack Langley, of Rosemary Mount care home, Chesswood Road, Worthing, celebrated his birthday last Wednesday, and got involved in charity work after his daughter died at the age of 15 from meningitis.
His daughter, Janet Cooper, said her dad moved to Worthing with his wife Emily, where they enjoyed modern sequence dance and walks along the seafront, until Emily died from Alzheimer’s.
It was then that Jack got involved with charity work, and set up a carer-sitting service for Alzheimer’s sufferers in Worthing.
Janet said Jack played a big role in achieving the opening of the support centre in Stone Lane, Worthing.