Dennis Garrett, 52, grew up in ‘a drug-infested, gang-bang prostitute world.’ He is founder of the Love and Respect recovery home for addicts at 1604 Angier Ave. and is involved in Mayor Bill Bell’s anti-poverty initiative.
Dennis Garrett, 52, grew up in ‘a drug-infested, gang-bang prostitute world.’ He is founder of the Love and Respect recovery home for addicts at 1604 Angier Ave. and is involved in Mayor Bill Bell’s anti-poverty initiative. hlynch@newsobserver.com
Dennis Garrett, 52, grew up in ‘a drug-infested, gang-bang prostitute world.’ He is founder of the Love and Respect recovery home for addicts at 1604 Angier Ave. and is involved in Mayor Bill Bell’s anti-poverty initiative. hlynch@newsobserver.com

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