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    Mike Gavitt now has a place to call home - Amelia Kunhardt/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Whatever Mike Gavitt’s future holds, the former Marine and brother of a late basketball legend says he’ll face it without regret and he’s grateful for support services like the Preble Street soup kitchen where he may get his breakfast.

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    Mike Gavitt pauses to smoke during a walk along Congress Street in Portland. Gavitt, 70, is a Vietnam veteran who has lived on and off the streets for years.

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    PORTLAND, ME Ð OCTOBER 30: Mike Gavitt walks up Elm Street in Portland, Thurs. October 30, 2014. Gavitt, 70, is a Vietnam veteran who has lived on and off the streets for years.Ê(Photo by Amelia Kunhardt/Staff Photographer)

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    Mike Gavitt walks to his bed in the men's dorm at the Oxford Street Shelter in Portland on Oct. 30.

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    Mike Gavitt sits outside the Oxford Street Shelter in Portland. With help from the staff of the shelter, he has found a room in a local sober house.

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