Sandwich generation has a full plate
In the end, the decision to keep Walter Williams in his home hinged on an old Chevy pickup with a missing grille.
Mary Seay listed her father's house for sale early last year, only to pull it off the market despite receiving what she said were decent offers, including one for $110,000. It was a tough choice.
As part of the generation of adult children watching out for aging parents, Seay has struggled to balance Williams's independence against selling his largest asset - his house n...