KMBC: Amid pandemic, friendship blossoms into romance for couple at Bishop Spencer Place

For almost a year, residents at senior living facilities have been on lockdown with very few chances to get out or see loved ones. But for two friends at Saint Luke's Bishop Spencer Place, the pandemic became a way to strengthen their friendship and find love.

KMBC talked to Una Creditor and Clark Achelpohl about how they have kept their spirits high.

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