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Saving the dream in Ohio
12/8/2014
Saving the dream in Ohio
Judy Hudson witnessed the housing crash in northeastern Ohio from a unique vantage point: as a realtor and as a struggling homeowner.  With a deflating market, it was “costing more to stay in [business] than it was to stay out.”
Finding foreclosure help in St. Louis
12/8/2014
Finding foreclosure help in St. Louis
Saxophonist Readus Miller started playing when he was 13 and never quit. He added the clarinet, flute and other wind instruments to his repertoire and was moonlighting as a “one-man band” while holding down a day job at Boeing Aircraft for 25 years.
Just in time for holidays, truck driver’s home saved from foreclosure
12/4/2014
Just in time for holidays, truck driver’s home saved from foreclosure
This man's home was about to be foreclosed when he found help from Select Milwaukee - just in time for the holidays.
Home for the holidays – for the first time in 36 years
11/25/2014
Home for the holidays – for the first time in 36 years
Despite his many years of military service, Herbert BIllinger and his wife have never been able to afford a home -- until now, just in time for the holidays!
Veteran and lifelong renter becomes homeowner
11/6/2014
Veteran and lifelong renter becomes homeowner
Thanks to NeighborWorks America and the Wells Fargo Foundation, veteran Leslie Heisner now owns her first home. 
Jacob Puff: one veteran giving back to many others
10/30/2014
Jacob Puff: one veteran giving back to many others
On Veterans Day, and all year round, Jacob Puff celebrates his years in the U.S. Marines by helping other vets who are in danger of "falling through the cracks."
Paul Bertha: from bystander to ‘upstander’
10/23/2014
Paul Bertha: from bystander to ‘upstander’
Paul Bertha's decision to be an active member of his community led to the creation of the Historic Roosevelt Summer Academy where's he has served as drama teach to approximately 600 young people in a disadvantaged area. 
Sharon Bagley: turning tragedy into strength
10/23/2014
Sharon Bagley: turning tragedy into strength
When Sharon Bagley’s 19-year-old son Malcolm – a scholarship football player home from his freshman year of college – was killed in the crossfire of a gang fight in Orange, NJ, Bagley turned this personal tragedy into a community fighting back against violence.
Marcy Tanger: a one-person green ‘multiplier’
10/23/2014
Marcy Tanger: a one-person green ‘multiplier’
NeighborWorks of Western Vermont attributes much of its success in championing home energy efficiency in Rutland County to “the Marcy Tanger effect."
Chip Rogalinski: responding to the ‘call’
10/23/2014
Chip Rogalinski: responding to the ‘call’
Charles “Chip” Rogalinski helped transform Shelby Park (Louisville, Kentucky) from a crime-ridden neighborhood to a place young professionals are moving in and the neighborhood is moving up.
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