After a Michigan farmer died unexpectedly, his family was left to deal with the loss and hundreds of acres of crops in the field that needed harvesting. But an army of volunteers and fellow farmers stepped up and got to work, coming together to finish the harvest.
Josh Humm was only 38 when he died suddenly of a heart attack, leaving his wife Samantha, two children and one on the way. And while they’re still trying to process their tragic loss, volunteers like Steve Gulick were happy to work the fields and finish what Josh couldn’t.
“To see all those guys volunteer their time, set aside their own acres and their own crops that are sitting in the field, to come out and help us was awesome,” says Lee Humm, Josh’s brother. “They did this out of the kindness of their hearts and you know I’m going to be eternally thankful, we all are.”