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Grateful Student Pays Off Grandparents' Mortgage

Stefun Darts handed his grandparents a $15,000 check during a March 20 surprise party

A 24-year-old student at a community college in Texas paid off his grandparents' mortgage in gratitude for having been taken in by them at a young age, Today.com reported.

Stefun Darts handed his grandparents a $15,000 check during a March 20 surprise party.

Darts said he saved money by often staying home to fulfill the goal he's had since second grade of helping his grandparents. 

"I had to sacrifice a lot. Friendships, relationships, going around and partying," he told Today.com.

The $15,000 will also cover a trip to the Bahamas, he said.

Darts said he works as a material handler for Exxon and as a loan officer while also studying at San Jacinto College outside Houston. He also started a nonprofit that provides supplies to poor children and teens.

 
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Posted by Stefun Darts on Sunday, March 20, 2016

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