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Thank you, but the words are inadequate to express the feelings

By Dexter Hall

“Thank you” doesn’t begin to measure my feelings and sentiments to so many in our Greater Waco community.

Dexter Hall visits with participants in An Evening at Magnolia June 2.

You continue to show how big your heart is on issues that matter in ensuring the financial security for ALL Wacoans as we work together to ensure that all are able to transfer generational wealth and build upon it for generations to come.

Our recent event at Magnolia Table to shed light on the “Tangled Title” dilemma facing so many members of our low-to-moderate-income (LMI) community showcases the care, concern, and commitment we have for one another in Waco.

In addition, I must say thank you to many individuals who have reached out and shared their own stories related to having a Tangled Title issue within their own families. They have offered encouragement and support while illustrating the need for this three-phase Initiative that will help people navigate the processes from title clearing to estate planning.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. stated, “It’s all right to tell a man to lift himself by his own bootstraps, but it is cruel jest to say to a bootless man that he ought to lift himself by his own bootstraps.”

Thank you for your vested interest in helping all our community members obtain the “boots needed to be able to pull themselves up by their bootstraps.”

If you have any more questions about this wonderful cause, please don't hesitate to contact Dexter Hall at or (707) 235-6526.

We welcome you to help support this vital work in our community. Below is more information if you would like to contribute more to this wonderful cause or forward this link to other friends and colleagues!

Text "Give" to (833) 971-9226 or scan the QR code below. You can also donate here.

Dexter Hall is chief of staff and senior specialist for financial security with Prosper Waco.


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