"It is really important for children to have this opportunity."
In retirement, Jeff enjoys traveling, reading and exercise -- but "there's more to life than having a good time -- I like to give back," he says. One day a week, Jeff volunteers for the Keystone Hmong Youth & Family Program, assisting Keystone's Teen Tutors to help children achieve in school. This experience has given Jeff a unique perspective. "My generation has been the beneficiary of relatively inexpensive education and good paying jobs. It's tougher for young people today, especially for immigrants and their children, so these programs are really important. Education is vital to their future prospects and to the social and economic future of our country."