Meet the $648 million dollar Maga million Winner of GA

BHR HollyWood Reports.......Ira Curry is a wife, a mother of adult children and a grandmother whom neighbors in her upper middle class subdivision in Stone Mountain call “sweet.”
She's the Winner  Congratulations!!!!!!!!!! 

She is, however, no longer anonymous. She and her husband are $120 million dollars richer. The 56-year-old Curry used family birthdays to pick the numbers for her winning Mega Millions lottery ticket, she told lottery officials. And the family’s lucky number — 7 — was used for the all-important Mega Ball.

She collects the largest single win in Georgia history and will split the second-largest Mega Millions jackpot in U.S. history, totaling roughly $648 million, with winners in San Jose, Calif., lottery officials said. Curry chose the numbers 8, 14, 17, 20 and 39, along with lucky No. 7, officials said.

“It’s unreal … like I’m still dreaming,” she told lottery officials Wednesday after hearing her family’s numbers announced.

Curry did not attend the Georgia Lottery press event announcing the win on Wednesday and has made an effort to remain out of the media spotlight.

Ira Curry with hubby
When a call was placed to her home Wednesday evening, a man answered and said, “We don’t want any publicity.” Neighbor Francis Boudreaux said the Currys had lived for the past five years in the Reserves at Water’s Edge subdivision near Stone Mountain, where tax records shows homes there originally sold for near $300,000.

“They’re really sweet people,” Boudreaux said. “I’m happy for them. I’m going to miss them.” Asked why he would miss them, Boudreaux said he expected them to move now that their lives had changed.

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“I wouldn’t stay here,” he said. Curry bought the winning ticket at Gateway Newsstands on the ground floor of the Alliance Center building across from Phipps Plaza in Buckhead.

Ira Curry ... mega millions winner Others who work in the building say they are glad for her, even if they didn’t win themselves. “I was happy to hear it was someone who works here,” said Chris York, who works in the building. “I wish I had thought to buy a ticket this week.”

Flavio Piwowarezyk, who also works in the building, said he buys a ticket every week from Gateway.
“Unfortunately, that wasn’t my ticket,” he said. “This morning I heard them say (the ticket) was purchased in Buckhead and I was thrilled. Then I heard it was bought here. But I had all the wrong numbers.”
Still, Piwowarezyk sent out positive vibes for the winner. ...

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