And good for her. Galloway’s story is a crazy one. Amy Fadool, January, 2012:
But good things are few and far between right now for Ramon’s family. His grandfather, who Ramon credits with his ability to adapt so easily, has cancer and was given six months to live this summer. His mother has to take care of her father and cannot regularly work. Galloway’s father is blind, shot in the head 18 years ago when Ramon was just two-years old. Galloway has nine siblings, and his older brother, closest in age to him, is in jail. But Galloway smiles, still, with all of that going on behind the scenes. He’s a remarkable young man.