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The Small Things Make Ronald McDonald House a Home

Much like any other typical 14-year-old boy, Nathaniel Owens was experiencing what he thought were growing pains.  Unfortunately, the pain became too much for him to handle, so his father took him to the hospital where they learned the growing pains were actually due to a tumor protruding out of a bone in his leg.  They soon found themselves staying at Ronald McDonald House of Memphis, while Nathaniel underwent chemotherapy treatment. While at Ronald McDonald House, it... Read More
Posted by John Parie at Wednesday, March 12, 2014 | 0 comments
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