Although Storer was salutatorian in the 1954 class of 1,000 students at the University of Maine, Orono, and a 1958 graduate of John Hopkins University Medical School, in my heart he will always be my “Tody Will.” —Wilma Emmett, wife

What would cause a young boy from rural Maine—who called himself Tody Will because he was unable to pronounce his given name of Storer William—to become a dedicated medical missionary doctor? As Dr. Emmett and his wife, Wilma, share recollections in this memoir, be prepared to be challenged and inspired as you read how God in His love and faithfulness was at work in shaping, guiding, and growing Storer during his years of service in kingdom work. God had a plan for “Tody Will” and He has a plan for you.


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