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Around Pleasanton: Military mom helps resettle foreign allies in U.S

Published Friday March 10

Pauline Lubens/staff archives Jamila Ghanm, left, and the person husband, Haitham Jasim, a former interpreter for America Marines in Iraq, visit Ronni Jacobs, center, who helped the Iraqi couple resettle in San Jose on a Special Immigrant Visa. Pleasanton resident and military mom Beth Borchers is doing similar work with former interpreters with the brand new group No One Left Behind.

“The whole thing snowballed. Friends, and neighbors I hadn’t seen in ten years called to ask me how they could help,” she said.

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