The Memory Keeper
U.S. Disaster Relief | 2:15 DR-190510_Ohio_Tornado_Response_SUE_ST_MIX.mp4
Sue Anthony feared her attic full of memories, including photos, Mother’s Day cards, and various other cherished keepsakes, were lost forever when a tornado ripped her attic apart on Memorial Day and tossed it into a neighbor’s yard. But Samaritan’s Purse volunteers, who were cleaning up debris in her Dayton, Ohio, neighborhood, were able to find many of Sue’s family treasures and return them to her.
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