OKC's Larry Bross is featured in national morning show segment
Larry Bross, founder of City Care, was featured in a segment called "Hometown Heroes" today, July 4, on ABC's "Good Morning America."
The national morning show filmed the segment at Mark Twain Elementary towards the end of the previous school year. Bross, a former oilman and University of Oklahoma football player, was surprised at the school by the GMA film crew, his wife Masie and a host of friends and associates whose lives have intersected with his through City Care endeavors like the Pershing Center and Whiz Kids.
The show honored Bross for his longtime commitment to helping the homeless and the less fortunate in Oklahoma City.
Here's my most recent story about Bross: March 2017: "Worthy of his calling"
See the GMA segment here: OKC's Larry Bross featured in "Hometown Heroes" series