Jeff Weseman is one of those people who seems to have lived a thousand lives. At 70, he tells stories that range from the lighthearted, like the days he spent with his grandmothers as a child in Chicago, to the unfathomable, like the nine months he spent at Walter Reed National Military Medical Hospital learning to walk again after an oil drum fell on him in Panama. He's a veteran. He spent years as a diesel engineer in the Army. He's managed a paint company. He's been a clinical research data analyst in New Jersey. He now runs a cemetery in rural Illinois, putting his kindness to work to give families and loved ones a welcoming space to remember the people they've lost. He's lived quite a life. One of the only constants throughout, though, is his tremor.