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SouthCoast resident thanks municipal authorities and philanthropists in three cities for assisting a “nameless homeless” man

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“In last Saturday’s deluge, just before Stephen D. found refuge at St. Anne’s Hospital in Fall River, Mass. Many a ‘nameless homeless’ have fallen prey to forces beyond their control; here’s a prime example. Facts disclosed by certain high authorities (with his consent) stunned me.

I’m delighted to report that his life has continued to change, which is all to the good. Per his principal nurse, he’s doing famously: eating and sleeping well, spirits unmistakably on the rise. At the end of last night’s call, nurse Kayvee grew pensive, murmuring, “What a nice man he is. We’re glad to help him.”

Sending warmest-and-driest holiday thanks to municipal authorities and philanthropists in three cities. Your efforts are never for nought, as this case shows. A man’s prospects have brightened by a factor of a thousand. That said, God bless all the kind souls on New Bedford Ladder 1 and at the New Bedford Police Department, too! Your vigilance, kindness and patience showed this brave soul a way home.”-MP Feitelberg.

About Michael Silvia

Served 20 years in the United States Air Force. Owner of New Bedford Guide.

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