Danielle Calder, 65, parks her golf cart in the front yard of the Hudson home her neighbor Angie Tyma was evicted from. Calder bought back the home for her neighbor and on Tuesday planned to give it back to Tyma on her 89th birthday. [DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD | Times]
HUDSON — Angie Tyma didn’t mind that her birthday present wasn’t wrapped.
After all, if it had been, she’d have needed a ladder to rip off the paper.
Tyma, who turns 89 years old on Tuesday, was evicted last month from her Hudson home, where she had lived for more than 30 years.
Thanksgiving passed and the heartbroken Tyma was living at a motel with her two small dogs. The rest of her belongings stored at the Pasco County Boys and Girls Club building. County workers were helping her to secure a long-term home, but her future remained …