Robert Brenner doesn’t like to talk about himself. It’s a shame since he has plenty of great stories to tell. Fortunately, Robert, who is a native of St. Louis, Missouri, has good friends willing to describe the generous contributions he has made over the years to his friends and community. One of those friends is Cliff Mansley, a pastor at the New Creation Church in Joplin, Missouri. “On May 22, 2011 Joplin was struck by an EF-5 Tornado which devastated our city. Among the first responders was Mr. Brenner,” Mansley says. “Robert is a man of highly moral standing and…
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