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One Woman’s Tears of Heartbreak Turned to Joy When a Stranger Did THIS!

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Back in 2008, Tracy Orr couldn’t afford to make payments on her home after she lost her job. She had even sold $12,000 worth of property and paid the mortgage company thinking it would stop the foreclosure – but it didn’t work.

Tracy attended the auction with her family, but could hardly keep it together as she watched the home she took out an $80,000 loan on getting bid on by strangers.

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That’s when she met chipper Marilyn Mock. Marilyn sat beside Tracy and began talking to her.

“Are you here to buy a house?” Marilyn Mock asked. Tracy burst into tears. “That’s my house,” she said. Tracy pointed to a space on the auction brochure. There wasn’t even a photo of the house, just a listing.

Marilyn slipped away and bought Tracy’s house for $30,000.

“She didn’t know I was doing it,” Marilyn says. “I just kept asking her if [her home] was worth it, and she just kept crying. She probably thought I was crazy, ‘Why does this woman keep asking me that?'”

“She said, ‘I did this for you. I’m doing this for you,” Tracy says. “When it was all done, I was just in shock.”

See the incredible moment Tracy’s life is changed by a complete stranger below:

A few months after the story had become well known, Marilyn received the Beyond the Horizon Distinguished Citizen Award by Mayor Bill Cecil of Rockwell, Texas. She also established a foundation named “Foreclosure Angel Foundation.” You can contact the foundation [email protected]

What a great way to start off the week with an inspiring story like this! What did you think of the outcome? Share your thoughts below in our comment section.

H/T – CNN

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