By Sydney Albert
CELINA - The life expectancy for children with hemophilia was about five years when Ron Klosterman was born in 1948.
Now at 68, Klosterman is one of the oldest living hemophiliacs in the country.
"My goal in life is to reach 100 years of age," he said. "I want to be the oldest living hemophiliac. Right now I'm one of the older ones living but not the oldest."
Still, making it to the age of 68 is a feat. Most people of his generation with hemophilia didn't make it past middle age, he said. [More