Habitat for Humanity of Sumner County dedicates Home Repair for US Veteran
On Sunday, November 12, 2017, Habitat for Humanity of Sumner County held the Dedication Ceremony for the Critical Home Repair of the home of Billy and Nancy Goodman at 122 S. Valley Road, Hendersonville. Billy Goodman is a veteran of the Tennessee National Guard and The Air National Guard, serving from 1961-1971.
The project included: installation of central air conditioning; repair of soffit and fascia; addition of gutters and downspouts; replacement of garage door and shutters; exterior painting; yard clean-up with light landscaping; and tree trimming.
The project was partially funded through a grant from the Home Depot Foundation and a gift from Pinnacle Financial Partners, Hendersonville.
In-kind gifts for the project were provided by: Kimbro Air; Valspar Paints; Boze Bucket Works; VFW Post #9851; Regis Bazenet; Hendersonville Chamber of Commerce; Lifeway Bookstore, and David Wilkinson Construction.
Also, special thanks to Hendersonville Home Depot employees, St. Timothy Lutheran Church, and the Habitat "Mid-Week Group" for providing volunteer labor.
The 118th Tennessee Air National Guard Base Honor Guard participated in the ceremony along with VFW representative, Dave Moomy, and Habitat for Humanity volunteers, Jim Hawkins, Dana Kemp, Rick Morrison, and Allison Offutt and Habitat staff members, Lisa Adkison and Susan Johnson.
Habitat for Humanity's Critical Home Repair Program is available for low-income veterans, seniors (60+), and disabled homeowners in Sumner County. For further information, contact Susan Johnson at (615) 452-9606 or email@example.com.