Posted on January 26, 2018
Disabled Davie Veteran Receives Home Renovation
Town of Davie Mayor Judy Paul, in conjunction with Home Depot, Full House Contracting and Remodeling, and students from St. Thomas Aquinas High School, and Cooper City High School were on hand recently to assist with the home renovation of disabled Davie Veteran, Stu McClees.
Mr. McClees is a disabled veteran who served in the Vietnam War and has been a long time Davie resident.
“It is always great when we all can come together and donate our time and resources to give back to someone who so honorably served our country”, said Mayor Judy Paul.
Home Depot awarded a $25,000 grant to Stu McClees for the home renovation. The renovation included a remodel to the kitchen, living room, bathroom, pool cleaning, new shed, interior and exterior painting, and landscaping around the home.
“Home Depot is always willing to assist with our Veterans’ needs. We’re not just giving back to Mr. McClees, we are also giving back to the Davie community. This is only a small token in comparison to the sacrifices he’s made for his family, community, and country,” said Santiago Munoz, Home Depot Store Manager and his wife Krystle Hernandez. “I want to thank everyone who came out to assist with the renovation, Mayor Paul, Coach Roger Harriet, Lee Martin, Eduardo Gomez, Christopher Fraga, Bryan Leiman, the St. Thomas Aquinas High School football team, and the Cooper City High School baseball team.”
“We are honored to be able to help Mr. McClees and perform the much needed work on his home. This is what we love to do, especially for our Veterans and someone so deserving as he is,” said Bryan Leiman, President of Full House Contracting and Remodeling.
The project was funded through Home Depot and Full House Contracting and Remodeling.