By Steve Irvin
Imagine starting your life over, especially at a time when most people are thinking about retirement.
Chris Evans is one of the many people, given a second chance, thanks to St. Mary's Food Bank. On November 18, 1978, Evans' mother, brothers and sisters were killed in Jonestown, Guyana. More than nine hundred people died in the mass, murder-suicide in South America.
Evans was 16 years old at the time. He says he started using alcohol and pot. He hung out with the wrong crowd, and he turned to crime. Evans would spend 31-years in prison for robbery. "I was scared [READ MORE HERE]
Source: ABC 15