Homeless veterans wake up in new homes Christmas morning

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By Laura Crimaldi
Since February 2015, Ronald Grey said he’d been living like a deployed soldier. His nightly resting spot was a bunk bed at the New England Center and Home for Veterans in Boston, where he kept everything he owned in a wall locker and shared a bathroom with other former military members.
That all changed Friday when Grey was handed the keys to a furnished studio apartment on the fourth floor of the center’s Court Street facility, with views of City Hall Plaza, Faneuil Hall, and the control tower at Boston Logan International Airport.
“The view. I can’t get it out of my mind,” Grey, 52, said Saturday. “It’s world class. Incredible.”
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