His love and compassion as a husband, father, neighbor, pastor, and leader are legendary.
At home, he's often the one to wash the dishes or to quietly clean up while others are enjoying time together.
He and his sons find ways to help friends and neighbors with yard work and other service projects.
As a pastor and leader, he was always ready to lend a helping hand.
As a leader of the Olympics, and the successful governor of Massachusetts, he served without pay.
Here are a few of countless examples. They are significant because kindness and service were given quietly, usually when no one was watching.
That's the kind of person we can trust to lead America out of the serious challenges we face.