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Army Veteran Receives Keys to Mortgage-Free Home
The ceremony marked the fourth home dedication in Wisconsin. The home was the third Belman Homes built for the organization.
Davis felt a calling to serve following the September 11th attacks. He served in three deployments and medically retired after 11 years of service. After being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease at just 28 years old, which doctor's believe was a direct result of the traumatic brain injuries he endured. Davis received numerous medals and commendations during his time in the Army, including the Combat Infantryman Badge and Army Commendation Medal.
Belman Homes broke ground on June 24th, 2017 on a lot large enough to accommodate Davis' combat-related injury. In October, the public was invited to write "Notes of Love" on the studs of the home before drywall was installed.
"Love went into building this home and the love will continue to be in the home when we raise our kids in it. That's what makes a house a home – the love you put into a home," Davis said.
"Over fifty companies came together to help make this new home possible and on behalf of all them I would like to thank the Davis family for their service and dedication to our country. The Davis family epitomizes what we look for in an Operation Finally Home family." -David Belman, President, Belman Homes, Inc.
Welcome home Davis Family.
For more information or to donate, visit www.ofhwisconsin.com
About Operation FINALLY HOME:
Operation FINALLY HOME was established in 2005 as a nonpartisan/
About Belman Homes:
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