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Family of 5 grateful for togetherness

The parents struggle with not being able to give more to their three young children

By Pat Gee

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Dec 16, 2012

~~<p>Huddled in the tent they called home, the three children didn't mind the raindrops from a leaky roof or the bugs on their belongings.</p>
<p>&quot;Our kids never complained,&quot; recalled their father, Von Schenk. &quot;They were always just so grateful to have mommy and daddy together. Being homeless broke my heart. I now have a job, but it's just barely taking care of us.&quot;</p>
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Huddled in the tent they called home, the three children didn't mind the raindrops from a leaky roof or the bugs on their belongings.

"Our kids never complained," recalled their father, Von Schenk. "They were always just so grateful to have mommy and daddy together. Being homeless broke my heart. I now have a job, but it's just barely taking care of us." Login for more...



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