Windfall from lottery winnings allow parents to pay touching tributeBy Kate NorthropJACKSONVILLE, N.C. — A retired veteran from North Carolina will be using his $10 million lottery prize to honor his recently deceased son by giving back to the community. His 19-year-old son, Alvin Mack III, who served in the Air Force Honor Guard at Arlington Cemetery, passed away that same month. With a winning lottery ticket worth $10 million in-hand, Mack felt that there was no greater opportunity to keep his son's memory alive. \"He was my only son and he meant so much to me,\" Mack told the North Carolina Lottery. The retired veteran had served in the Marine Corps for 20 years, but he was unprepared for the heartbreaking news of his son's passing.
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