'My dad didn't want to divide the family'

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The Garcia Family will be the first Lane County family to pay off their Habitat For Humanity home
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  • The Garcia Family will be the first Lane County family to pay off their Habitat For Humanity home
  • The Garcia Family will be the first Lane County family to pay off their Habitat For Humanity home
  • The Garcia Family will be the first Lane County family to pay off their Habitat For Humanity home
  • The Garcia Family will be the first Lane County family to pay off their Habitat For Humanity home
  • The Garcia Family will be the first Lane County family to pay off their Habitat For Humanity home
  • The Garcia Family will be the first Lane County family to pay off their Habitat For Humanity home
  • The Garcia Family will be the first Lane County family to pay off their Habitat For Humanity home
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The Garcia Family will be the first Lane County family to pay off their Habitat For Humanity home
While working summers in the United States, Roberto Garcia realized his family of 11 would have many more opportunities if they moved out of Mexico. “Dad was having a hard time keeping up with all the expenses and trying to send us all to school,” said Garcia’s daughter, Leticia Simmons.