Mentally Disabled Shoe-Shiner Who Gave $200K In Tips To Hospital Dies At 76

According to washingtonpost.com 

"PITTSBURGH — A part-time shoe-shiner who donated more than $200,000 in tips over 30 years to a Pittsburgh children’s hospital died early Tuesday. Albert Lexie died of an undisclosed health condition, according to University of Pittsburgh Medical Center officials. He was 76."

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In this November 1998 photo, Dr. Samuel Kocoshis, director of Gastroenterology at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, gets a shoe shine from Albert Lexie of Monessen. Lexie, who died Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018, donated more than $200,000 in tips to a Pittsburgh children’s hospital. (Bill Wade/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette via AP) (Associated Press)
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