The Florida man’s family had a big birthday party planned for him at his church, Trinity United Methodist, but due to COVID-19, that wasn't possible.

Rod Duggar turned 100 Monday. His family had a big birthday party planned for him at his church, Trinity United Methodist, but due to COVID-19, that wasn't possible.


Instead, they planned a drive-by party where family and friends in over 80 cars paraded around the block in front of the church to wish him a happy birthday.


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