Man’s House Debt Is Paid In FullApril 27, 2015 - Author: steph
Times are tough and there are many people that are struggling to make it these days. Amen Clinics are there for you. (Facebook) When I hear of stories that touch my heart, I want to share with others. In Oso a landslide took away many lives and homes from several residents. Tim Ward was injured in the slides, but the internal damage was far greater. He had been struggling with his bank, J.P. Morgan, since the act of God to settle his debts. His home was destroyed and all he was left with was the loan. We all know how loan companies can be when they want their money, and they weren’t letting up on Ward.
It was a news channel interview about losing his wife and home that prompted a good Samaritan to help him out. One call to the banking company and Ward’s debt was paid in full. In case you are wondering just how much that note was, it was $360,000. I have heard of the pay it forward and people being nice to help others, but I have never heard of someone paying nearly half a million dollars to help someone like that. It has to be one of the best acts of kindness every done.
Ward doesn’t know who to thank, but he certainly put his message out there for everyone to hear. He and many others didn’t have landslide insurance, which is imperative now in Oso.