Many Presbyterian Disaster Assistance volunteers and staff started with 2005 Gulf hurricanes by Rich Copley | Presbyterian News Service
LEXINGTON, Kentucky — Miss Mable had taken to her bed. Her New Orleans home was badly damaged when Hurricane Katrina struck in the late summer of 2005. Then, unscrupulous contractors stole her funds to repair the house.
“She was so depressed,” said Joan Otto, who made numerous trips to Louisiana and Mississippi with Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) following the twin blows of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita…
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