Bianca Ontiveros sits between her parents, Henry and Sussana, in their La Loma area home.
Bianca Ontiveros sits between her parents, Henry and Sussana, in their La Loma area home. (Ted Benson/The Modesto Bee)
Bianca Ontiveros sits between her parents, Henry and Sussana, in their La Loma area home. (Ted Benson/The Modesto Bee)

With faith and a new loan, couple hung on to dream

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