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December 30, 2015 6:15 PM

Once helped by a benefactor, Charlotte man sends students to college

When Neal Emmons was young, a friend’s grandfather paid his college tuition

Now his scholarship fund helps children of single parents in Mecklenburg County

In 2016, West Meck graduate Chrissie Mooney will be the first recipient to complete college

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