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Old 02-28-2018, 12:38 AM   #1
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Default My brother featured in our local newspaper

The Atlanta-Journal Constitution recently did an article on my brother. There's so much negative news reported, so it's nice when they highlight somebody who does so much to help others. Our family is very proud of him.

You could say that Thomas Fuller, or, ‘Tomasito,’ as his clients affectionately call him, has a little – or maybe a lot – of Latino in him. It was his love for the Spanish language that led him to connect with and decide to serve a community in need.

Fuller, an American, has worked for the Latin American Association for two decades, during which time the organization has become his home and family, as well as a place where clients specifically ask for him.

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The Atlanta-Journal Constitution recently did an article on my brother. There's so much negative news reported, so it's nice when they highlight somebody who does so much to help others. Our family is very proud of him.

You could say that Thomas Fuller, or, ‘Tomasito,’ as his clients affectionately call him, has a little – or maybe a lot – of Latino in him. It was his love for the Spanish language that led him to connect with and decide to serve a community in need.

Fuller, an American, has worked for the Latin American Association for two decades, during which time the organization has become his home and family, as well as a place where clients specifically ask for him.

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Nuestra Comunidad: Love of Spanish culture lead to dedicated work
https://www.ajc.com/news/local/nuest...pXUrLxJk2J8XJ/

Very cool!!
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You are a good man, Thomas Fuller. Great story!
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What a nice uplifting article.
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Thumbs up Nice going Tomasito!

That's an interesting article. Your brother found his calling early on in life. He's very dedicated to his work at LAA. The people he helps seem to have enormous respect for him; and those he works for certainly appreciate his drive and determination.

It's said that you're fortunate if you can make a living doing what you love. Your brother has achieved that. It's easy to see why your family is so proud of him. Nice piece; thanks for sharing TJ.
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That's a nice article. What your brother ha done and continues to do is a good thing.
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