By Jerod MacDonald-Evoy | Arizona Mirror
Edwin Lambert is an accomplished man.
He spent six months in the Antarctic, he ran a nuclear power plant and worked as a probation officer. But one of his biggest accomplishments has been his adopted son.
Lambert, now 81 years old, adopted his son, Daniel, in 1978. He and his wife were foster parents to newborn babies.
Their son was born three months premature and exposed to drugs in the womb. He required three brain surgeries over the course of the next four months.
Now Daniel has a life of his own with two children and a wife, but due to his brain injuries, he receives Social Security disability payments.