A candlelight vigil was held Monday evening at the Pamo Road home of Rose Newbrough, 83, who is losing her home of more than 25 years to foreclosure. Newbrough, who for years cared for foster children and rescued horses and other animals, is losing her home after a predator lender convinced her to refinance, Realtor Melody Kohl said. A widow, Newbrough lives on a fixed income that is not enough to make the payments that have escalated. She planned to move out of state this week to live with one of her former foster children. Kohl believes Newbrough’s situation reflects what is happening to many people who have lost or are losing their homes.
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