In Their Autumn Years: How Three of the “Greatest Generation” Embraced Change
The Greatest Generation, as a famous television anchor once called it, produced many quiet heroes.
They survived World War II, raised families and built the modern American society. Three of them are Harold Burson, Patricia Kilkenny and Mac Morris. Now in their nineties, each has grappled with decisions about where and how to live in their autumn years. Here are their stories.