He Paid Off His Grandparent’s Mortgage… The Way He Did It Is So Old-School.
Stefun Darts made a promise as a second grader that he was able to fulfill one week ago. The 24-year-old worked hard and saved all of his money so he could pay off his grandparents’ mortgage off. Marilyn and Cecil Roberts were surprised when Darts gifted them $15,000; they can now retire.
Darts gave up going out and partying with friends, and eating microwave pizza. He is in college full-time, works full-time as well, in addition to managing two non-profits organizations. The Robert’ still had four more years left in their mortgage.
Darts also gave his grandparents another surprise; a paid trip for two to the Bahamas. This awesome grandson explains why he did this for his grandma and grandpa, “I don’t do this for accolades. To see tears of joy, to experience that in a lifetime, it’s like how many people can say that?”
GG | GP I promised God in the second grade I would pay off you guys house and help you retire. A promise I would never break. The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen, nor touched... but are felt by the heart.
Even with this, I could never repay you for what you've done for me. I sacrificed my teenage and early adulthood of not having fun for this moment. I couldn't stand you going to work at night, some nights I didn't even sleep knowing it shouldn't be like this. Never have I wrote a check wanting this to be the first one. To all my friends that stood by me over these last 6 years I appreciate you.
Somethings was never said and I'm glad you guys had enough sense to understand I had something greater to complete. GP| GG Take this check and pay your house off, and retire from work. Y'all owe no man but God. Even copped y'all some tickets to The Bahamas 🌴🌼☀ I'll sacrifice everything for my la familia. P.S - Avaricious. The secret is within.