Scooping out portions of peas might seem like a small duty, but it’s one Spencer Trinwith doesn’t take lightly.
“This I my forte, which is assembly, I mean all the roles are important, but we’re kind of the hotshots,” he joked. “Here at Project Angel Food we are serving food for people who are affected by serious and critical illness.”
Jokes aside, and joke he often does, Trinwith appreciates all the food scooping here because there was a time when he couldn’t do any of this.
“I had a freakishly accelerated degenerative disk disease, that never gets easy to say, at my lower back. That left me disabled, couldn’t walk, sit, or stand,” he said. It was career-halting and life-changing all at once.