A couple that lived a modest, humble, and generous lifestyle secretly amassed a large amount of wealth over their lifetime. On their passing, they donated $10 million to the Australian National University (ANU) for the research of dermatomyositis (DM).
Bruce and Jenny Pryor lived an average, modest life together, reports ANU. Ms. Prior suffered from an autoimmune disease called dermatomyositis (DM) and upon the couple's death in 2017, they donated $10 million to the Australian National University to research cures.
Humble and Generous
They worked hard their whole lives. Living as middle-class working people, no one suspected that they were multi-millionaires. Their nephew James Graham commented on their goodness and generosity. All were surprised. Apparently, Ms. Pryor suffered from the autoimmune condition. Imagine if more people were like the Pryors—hardworking, humble, giving, prudent, productive, thrifty and donating to medical research upon passing. What if more people had these values?
What is Dermatomyositis (DM)
DM is one of a group of acquired muscle diseases called inflammatory myopathies (disorder of muscle tissue or muscles), which are characterized by chronic musc...
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