This is such a great story of hard work and kindness. We think it’s incredible and such a selfless act by a grateful grandson…

A full-time college student who also has a full-time job and runs two non-profit organizations, gave his grandparents peace of mind last week.

Stefun Darts, 24, of Houston decided last week to repay their kindness by paying off their mortgage.

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“I’ve been eating pizza, microwave pizza for all my life,” he said. “My friends will tell you I never did go out. They didn’t know, but this was the reason why.”

Family members captured the moment March 20 on their cellphones of Darts’ most unexpected gift: a $15,000 check. The money will not only pay off the mortgage but allow them to go to the Bahamas.

“I couldn’t believe it,” said Marilyn Roberts, Darts’ grandmother. “To have a grandson like that is a blessing.”

Read more: Detroit Free Press

 


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