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Critical Home Repair Dedication

On Monday, August 11, 2014, Habitat for Humanity of Sumner County held a Dedication Ceremony for the Critical Home Repair for the Lewis Family.  Paul Lewis, a disabled Vietnam Veteran, his wife Jennie, and their two disabled adult sons, Kevin and Brian, own their Hendersonville home and had a need for greater handicapped accessibility and upgrades.

The Dedication Ceremony included a welcome from Tennessee Department of Veteran Affairs Commissioner, Many-Bears Grinder, and a Presentation of Colors by the Vietnam Veterans Association of Sumner County Color Guard.

Habitat for Humanity of Sumner County wishes to thank the following sponsors and groups for helping to complete the home renovations:   Holiday Inn Express of Hendersonville; Pinnacle Financial Partners; Garrott Brothers Concrete; SmithCo PRG of Smyrna; Church of Latter Day Saints of Hendersonville; Red Hat Society; Home Depot of Hendersonville; Valspar Paint; Whirlpool Corporation; Vietnam Veterans Association of Sumner County; andVFW Post #9851 of Hendersonville. Additionally, special thanks go out to the Habitat for Humanity "Mid-Week Group" and project general manager, John Keightley, StillWaters Construction.