Pablo’s a 42-year-old adult. He very much wants to improve and give all the support possible to his family since he’s married and has a daughter attending school and expenses are higher every day. He decided on his own to work in construction and has done so most of his life. He’s able to survive with his savings and with much effort has been gradually building his house in order to live in better conditions. Now, in order to finish building what he’s always thought of he needs building materials and supplies to finish the house. He’s gradually improved despite obstacles one faces in life. His family is very united and very much want to improve among themselves; he’s very interested in getting support; he is very hardworking.
El señor pablo es una persona mayor de edad de 42 años, actualmente el cliente tiene muchas ganas, el deseo de superarse a sí mismo y dar todo el apoyo que sea posible a la familia, ya que es casado y tiene una hija que estudia en colegio y los gastos cada vez son mayores, entonces por si solo se dedico al trabajo de albañil durante casi toda su vida y poco a poco con los ahorros sobrevive y con mucho esfuerzo ya fue construyendo su casita para vivir en mejores condiciones, por lo tanto ahora para terminar de construir lo que siempre tuvo en su pensamiento necesita material de construccion para terminarlo su casita, así fue superándose, pese a los obstáculos que siempre atraviesa uno en la vida, la familia se encuentra muy unida y con muchas ganas de superarse entre si el cual muestra el total interés de tener apoyo. El cliente es muy trabajador.
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