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Unpaid bill from years ago leads to hospice gift
Man insistent on paying $600 bill from 25 years ago instead donates money to Ky. hospice
By The Associated Press

MURRAY, Ky. (AP) ' A Chicago businessman who insisted on paying an unpaid bill dating back some 25 years has instead donated the money to a Kentucky hospital.

Zee Enix once ran a home furnishings business in Murray, Ky. He says the man called him and said he wanted to pay a $600 bill he had found.

The Paducah Sun reports (http://bit.ly/A5gjN5 ) that Enix told the man ' who did not want to be identified ' that he didn't owe anything. But the businessman persisted.



So Enix agreed that the man could instead make a charity donation to the Murray-Calloway Endowment for Healthcare, which is working to build a hospice.

Keith Travis oversees endowments for the Murray-Calloway County Hospital. He says that the gift stands out as unusual.

Travis says $1 million has been raised so far for the hospice.

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Information from: The Paducah Sun, http://www.paducahsun.com


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