Wooding understands NTO chance
Before one of his hockey games, a 7-year-old Jeremiah Wooding used his mother's nail polish to scribble 1913 on one of his skates.
Wooding made this gesture to honor the legacy and birth year of his paternal grandfather, Joshua Ward Wooding, a man with an eighth-grade education who went on to build a successful Cleveland-based asphalt company after working in the West Virginia coal mines.
"Papa I love you. Be with me," Jeremiah wrote on one side of the skates.
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