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JPMorgan Chase Bank NA Forecloses on Vietnam War Hero's Widow
Brenda R.

Since April 2009 for almost seven years time, Vietnam war widow, Brenda Reed, has valiantly fought to save her Oakland, California home of forty-two years from foreclosure. It was where she raised a son and a daughter. Despite years of effort, marching in the streets as a foreclosure warrior and expensive litigation, JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA succeeded in foreclosing on her home on December 10, 2015. Reed is facing eviction and possibly homelessness. Not only has she lost her home of 42 years, she has lost a primary source of income from her bed and breakfast business, Acacia House, which she operated out of her home. Reed is age seventy and works paat time as a contract EEO mediator with the US Postal Service in the SF Bay Area. She needs assistance with housing and moving.

JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA put hReed's home up for foreclosure auction on December 10, 2015. No one purchased the house at the auction. The property reverted to Chase as the alleged beneficiary on Christmas Eve 2015, A few days later two real estate agents (Mary Lou Costellanos and an unidentied associate) from Sotheby's dressed like undertakers came to her door to deliver papers and to tell her just how sick they felt but that they were just doing their jobs.

Brenda Reed is the widow of Vietnam war hero US Army Captain James Eddie Reed who was killed in action in Vietnam on February 1, 1968 in a heavy artillery attack while serving as Company Commander of Company A, 3rd/39th Infantry, 9th Infan...(read more)


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