Shipmates hope to save terminally-ill sailor's home from foreclosure

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Shipmates hope to save terminally-ill sailor’s home from foreclosure

Shipmates hope to save terminally-ill sailor’s home from foreclosure

WAVY TV –

Hundreds of volunteers are rallying around a former Norfolk sailor who has been unable to sell his Chesapeake home.

Petty Officer Nick Salter worked at Naval Station Norfolk for six years before he was reassigned in New Mexico. He was diagnosed with skin cancer eight years ago. In 2014, the cancer spread to his brain, and more recently his health has weakened.

The Salter family put their Lambert Trail home on the market in April. Since then, they’ve had no offers because of the home’s poor condition.

[WAVY-TV]

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