Nancy Rus, right, cuts meat for Mary Cody as they eat lunch at the Pickle Barrel. Pickle Barrel employees were kind to Cody when she was living on the street near the business.
Nancy Rus, right, cuts meat for Mary Cody as they eat lunch at the Pickle Barrel. Pickle Barrel employees were kind to Cody when she was living on the street near the business.
Photo by Angela Lewis .
published Saturday, September 17th, 2011
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When Nancy Rus first saw Mary Cody, the woman was slumped, face down on a Market Street park bench. Her arms hung limp, and a filthy, stainless steel walker stood beside her. Plastic bags, stuffed with urine-soaked clothing and blankets, bulged on the sidewalk.

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