Tony Stapleton, left, and wife Shirlene visit with Ted Hearn, a retired Gulfport executive who has supported their efforts to open a new dorm at their TNT Ranch Recovery Home north of Gulfport in Harrison County.
Tony Stapleton, left, and wife Shirlene visit with Ted Hearn, a retired Gulfport executive who has supported their efforts to open a new dorm at their TNT Ranch Recovery Home north of Gulfport in Harrison County. Anita Lee calee@sunherald.com
Tony Stapleton, left, and wife Shirlene visit with Ted Hearn, a retired Gulfport executive who has supported their efforts to open a new dorm at their TNT Ranch Recovery Home north of Gulfport in Harrison County. Anita Lee calee@sunherald.com

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