The volunteers feed up to 3,000 people each month, the Rev. Al Toyne said. “It was wonderful to be able to honor all these individuals who each week unselfishly give of themselves,” Toyne said. Nobody exemplified that spirit better than Jensen, who lost all her physical possessions except for her Pekingese dog. Jensen now lives with a friend, and is awaiting a mobile home a Hesperia family says they will donate to her, Toyne said. “She’s just an awesome gal,” Toyne said. “Somewhere along life’s pathway, she’s picked up some great strengths.” [email protected] (661) 267-7802160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LAKE LOS ANGELES – Nobody really expected Wanda Jensen to showed up May 30 for volunteer duties at her Lake Los Angeles church. It probably shouldn’t have been a surprise when she did, considering she’s rarely missed such assignments. But the previous day, Jensen was among 10 people left homeless by a fire at a Lake Los Angeles mobile-home park that destroyed seven homes. On Friday, Jensen and 30 or so other Lake Los Angeles Foursquare Gospel Church volunteers were honored at a luncheon. Jensen, the food ministry coordinator, was introduced as a special guest at the event. Other special guests included Grace Resource Center Executive Director Steve Baker, Lake Los Angeles Rural Town Council President Marlene Olivarez and Wilsona School District Superintendent Ned McNabb.