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.
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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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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.