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Harleys help man stay off street

SAVANNAH - The question jarred Lonie Davis: "If you had a choice of the job of your dreams, what would it be?" For the 44-year-old man wandering in the depths of homelessness and substance abuse, those words from a frustrated job training counselor turned his life around. "This is my last stop," Mr. Davis said during a break at Savannah Harley-Davidson, where he is a detailer. "This is what I want to be my last career." He hopes to become a Harley mechanic.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/02/25/met_335482.shtml
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Once homeless, man works to fulfill dreams

SAVANNAH - The question jarred Lonie Davis: "If you had a choice of the job of your dreams, what would it be?" For the 44-year-old man wandering in the depths of homelessness and substance abuse, those words from a frustrated job training counselor would be a life-changing experience. "This is my last stop," Mr. Davis said during a break at Savannah Harley-Davidson, where he is a detailer. "This is what I want to be my last career." He hopes to become a Harley mechanic.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/02/27/met_335823.shtml
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