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 Ella Edwards lost her son Jermaine at the age of 24. His death was deemed to be caused of natural causes.  The grieving 61-year-old mom started a petition to have her deceased son Jermaine’s $10,800 student loan forgiven.

She appeared this morning on the “Tom Joyner Morning Show,” telling listeners about her situation. (A transcript of the show is available on Edwards said there had been a life insurance policy (opened in 1986), but he died on March 9, 2009, six days after the final payment on her policy. So the insurance company refused to pay, she said.

Edwards has been paying the debt, but occasionally, the payment is late. She will call the loan administrators — “The National Co-League Trust First Marblehead out of Boston, Massachusetts,” she said – to give them advanced warning, but they still call to collect.

After a tearful plea on the Tom Joyner Morning Show, radio legend Tom Joyner told Ms. Edwards he would pay off her son’s loan that currently totals $10,849.14.


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