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Dee and Jack Boreing are familiar sights at the Lowe's in Pascagoula. Hurricane Katrina brought the Boreings to the Gulf Coast. Their love for the community and people kept them here. Ten years later, official disaster relief is over but the couple continues to volunteer, organizing projects and helping those in need of home repairs.
AMANDA McCOY/SUN HERALD Dee and Jack Boreing are familiar sights at the Lowe's in Pascagoula. Hurricane Katrina brought the Boreings to the Gulf Coast. Their love for the community and people kept them here. Ten years later, official disaster relief is over but the couple continues to volunteer, organizing projects and helping those in need of home repairs. SUN HERALD
AMANDA McCOY/SUN HERALD Dee and Jack Boreing are familiar sights at the Lowe's in Pascagoula. Hurricane Katrina brought the Boreings to the Gulf Coast. Their love for the community and people kept them here. Ten years later, official disaster relief is over but the couple continues to volunteer, organizing projects and helping those in need of home repairs. SUN HERALD

Katrina volunteers: Dee and Jack never left

July 16, 2015 02:49 PM

UPDATED September 25, 2015 02:02 PM

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