They answered the call. Now it’s our turn. Too many catastrophically injured service members are returning to homes that just don’t meet the needs of their situations. So they’ve been waitlisted for new homes that will help to transform their lives. That’s why GMC is
partnering with Building for America’s Bravest to help build over 200 smart homes for our most deserving heroes. Together we will enlist to unlist them.
Bo Reichenbach, a Special Operations 2 Navy Seal, was injured on July 17, 2012 in Afghanistan. While on foot patrol, Bo stepped on an IED and was critically injured. He lost both of his legs above the knee, and suffered significant damage to his right forearm.
He has had continuous support from his family, including his wife, Lacy, and son, Landon, along with all of his SEAL buddies and the new friends he made at Walter Reed during his stay.
Bo enjoys sled hockey, fly fishing, and motor sports. His favorite hockey team is the Colorado Avalanche.
Click here to see Bo Reichenbach’s smart home dedication from Building for America’s Bravest.
Please donate to the Building for America’s Bravest program and help build smart homes for our brave service members.