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In 1978, Marsha, a stay-at-home mother of two, says her life was shattered. She was divorced, her car was repossessed, her home was in foreclosure and she had nowhere to turn. "I remember looking out of my kitchen window, looking at my kids, thinking, 'How are we going to survive?'" she says.
Almost overnight, Marsha says she was forced to come up with a way to support herself and her children, Cindy and Brad. One day, Marsha noticed a scrap metal truck parked at a local gas station and got an idea.