"Predatory Mortgage Lenders Scam the elderly out of their homes their land and legacy ..leaving them devastated and heartbroken .. .US Airforce Veteran George and Elizabeth Jester were married for 65 yrs and after they retired, George bought a piece of the land and had a beautiful home built on it , nestled in a quiet area in Salisbury Md. right near the water..They were kind people and were the good and best of what America offered. They lived a peaceful life and loved their neighbors and everyone they met fell in love with them as well. It didn't matter your race color or creed, they never met a stranger.George would pick up hitch hikers on the road in his travels espescially during the holidays when people may have missed the last bus coming into town.. He had no fear of harm.Georges faith and belief in God kept him safe.Their home was a sanctuary for anyone to come and live.. If someone fell on hard times they could live in their home for free until they got back on their feet.Even the stray animals and kittens would find their way to their front door were he provided refuge for any who came.They loved to go to Church where they fellowshiped and on Saturdays they would invite all the elderly seniors over to their home and have" pot luck" early evening dinners and everyone brought a covered dish .Elizabeth would hurry me off the phone to say she and George had to finish getting ready because guests were arriving soon..I would chuckle and say you two are quite the host and hostess..She would then remind me that a lot of the seniors in the area were retired and didn't have a lot of friends still alive or family living near by and it would be such a fun time for them all. It made George and Elizabeth so happy to see them all laughing and enjoying life and each other. Afterwards they would watch movies like "The War Room", Babe, "Big Fish" and drink after dinner tea or coffee. Their golden yrs were full of promise and joy..A few yrs later Elizabeth had a stroke and it was heartbreaking to see her and George slow down. A lot of there elderly friends had died. George refused to put Elizabeth in a nursing home after her stroke..and cared for her with the strength of a million angels. he was the most amazing caregiver to her. He was so patient and gentle even though she was beginning to forget things because of her dementia diagnosis. George would always remind her how much he loved her and his vows he had made before God he promised her he would keep. He would love and cherish her through sickness and in health till death.They enjoyed early morning and evening prayer together and strolls around the waters edge watching the sun rise or set as the geese sunbathed on the water It helped them live their golden yrs in peace. One day after constant calls from solicitors George said a man came to the house and asked him about taking out a loan on their home George thought it might be a good idea since he wanted to make some improvements on the house to accommodate Elizabeth's wheelchair needs and ramps for the elderly visitors and complete work on their garden ..When the man came back to their home with the papers to sign there was no one around to witness George signing the papers or even explain to him what he was signing. George was 85 yrs old at the time and thought he was signing for a Regular Loan but secretly the man knew in the small print it was a document to steal their land and property and all its equity..As months went by George waited for the money for what he thought was a regular loan but the money never came..My father finally called me frustrated and explained to me what happened. I was so angry because I had heard of this type of scamming done to the elderly before and how devastating it could be to them. Big companies that prey on the elderly when no one is there to protect and advise them.I immediately called the company but by then it was to late ..I called senior advocacy groups..state attorney general to no avail George was heartbroken.He knew how important it was to own land. . I moved in with them to help care for him and Elizabeth and I would capture pictures when he wasnt looking of how he cared for her. Sometimes worry would consume Georges thoughts because he knew if something happened to him his beloved wife would have to leave their home. But I assured him I would be there to care for her till her days of life end I continued to care for both of them .
Please help me save the land and property from foreclosure..to turn the property into the Jesters "Senior Care Nursing Home and Green House Garden "in honor of George and Elizabeth I am reaching out for Donations, or an Investor. I Thank You all in advance for your kindness.It will not be forgotten.