After stepping on an IED in Afghanistan during the surge in 2010, Corey Kent started slipping into shock and worrying about his loved ones. One thought kept
Corey Kent wanted to have a family but it seemed that injuries from an IED blast might prevent that. A smart house is making it easier.
On Thursday, Tim and Kelly Donley were given the keys to a brand new “smart home” designed to remove many of the everyday roadblocks that he has encountered since he was wounded in Afghanistan.
A Berks County veteran who was severely injured in Afghanistan has a new home to meet his special needs.
Source: Berks vet honored with new home
BETHEL, BERKS COUNTY, Pa. — Giving back to a marine veteran who gave his all in Afghanistan.Corporal Tim Donley lost both legs serving overseas. Today, he received a brand new adaptive, smart home.This house is no ordinary home. It was built special for Cpl. Donley. It’s a tribute to his service.
Handicapped veteran Tim Donley and his wife, Kelly, had a home built for them by the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation.
The apartment that he and his wife were living in often was too tight to navigate in a wheelchair.
Tunnel to Towers raised money to build 200 smart homes for Edward Klein of Issaquah and other critically-injured veterans.
Volunteers joined together to put the finishing touches on a local veterans new home in Lebanon. Corporal Timothy Donley lost both legs and an arm after an explosion in Afghanistan in 2012. This family has brought this together to help the people who have
A New York-based foundation is dedicated to building smart homes for disabled veterans who put their lives on the line in Iraq and Afghanistan.
HARTVILLE, Ohio – A double amputee and Purple Coronary heart veteran shall be welcomed into their new residence Friday afternoon. Sgt. Joshua Stahl, 27, suffered a number of accidents in 2011 after an IED explosion in 2011. He was additionally deployed in Iraq in 2008 and 2009. Whereas serving within the army, Stahl was honored with a Purple Coronary heart for his bravery and heroic actions. Now, Stahl, his spouse, Truda and their 5 youngsters will name Canton residence after a ceremony honoring Stahl and presenting the household with a sensible house to assist higher accommodate their wants. The house was given to the household by the
A double amputee and Purple Heart veteran will be welcomed into their new home Friday afternoon.
Sgt. Joshua Stahl, a Purple Heart recipient who lost both legs while serving in Afghanistan, and his family cut the ribbon on their new customized smart home Friday.
The Rug Mart Carpet One Floor & Home supports Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers’ Building for America’s Bravest program
Don Ledford Automotive Center hopes to raise $10,000 to help the Building for America’s Bravest organization construct “smart homes” for this nation’s most severely injured service …
This past Sunday morning, Corey and Brandy Kent were given the keys to their new home in Northwest Cape Coral. While a couple moving into their new house may be a significant event in their lives, it is not typically an occasion that creates news or a buzz around the community. However, this was not the case for the newlywed couple or the packed crowd, who showed up Sunday morning for a special ceremony to welcome them to their new “high-tech” home.
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A 2012 TV news segment around the Fourth of July about Building for America’s Bravest affected Gayla Smith so much that she launched the Midwest BBQ for the Brave.
Aubuchon Homes is building a home in Glenn Meadow (Shady Grove Lane in Cape Coral) for Sgt. Corey Kent, a local veteran who was dramatically injured in Afghanistan. The company has partnered with Building for America’s Bravest, a program of the New York-based charitable foundation, Tunnel to Towers, to build this home at no cost to Sgt.