11/9/2013 – Older Americans alter attitude on work, retirement (SFGate)

Norris Danzey served 30 years in the Navy before he retired as a lieutenant commander in 2001, but he wasn’t ready to quit working.

During the years he spent with young recruits, he saw the problems some had when they came into the military.

“I felt like if I could do something about those problems while they’re young, then by the time they get to going in the military or whatever, maybe they’re a little more disciplined, a little more able to make a good choice as to what they want to do in their lives,” Danzey said.

Read the full article at SFGate.