Andrew Dys

January 23, 2014 6:05 PM

Clover minister, family find treasures spared from fire that destroyed home

The Rev. Sam Thompson’s home next to the Clover homeless shelter he runs is a total loss, but some pictures and irreplaceable items were found Thursday under the debris.

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