SOURCE: Jackson Systems
The Homes for Wounded Warriors Program, through the help of the community, provides specially designed new or remodeled homes to seriously wounded veterans (post 9/11) in Indiana to improve their quality of life. Hochstedler Energy Systems partnered with local manufacturers, including Jackson Systems, to install new heating and cooling equipment with zoning for a local American hero.
Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) November 23, 2012
Jackson Systems, LLC, is proud to recognize their client, Hochstedler Energy Systems, for their support of the Homes for Wounded Warriors Program. Hochstedler Energy Services has been serving their North Central Indiana neighbors for more than 40 years, so when they heard there was an opportunity to support a very worthy program right in their own backyard, they jumped at the chance.
U.S. Army Specialist Anthony Walton was born and raised in Kokomo, Indiana. Spc Walton is a proud member of the United States Army. During his deployment to Afghanistan, Spc Walton’s unit was attacked by an enemy ambush. As a result of this fierce attack, Spc Walton received multiple rounds to his left arm, leaving him with no use of this arm. Though the Walton family has a home in Kokomo, the repairs needed to make the home habitable for the family’s return are extensive and costly. This is why the Homes for Wounded Warriors Project stepped in to provide a safe and comfortable environment for this family of one of America’s heroes.
Hochstedler Energy Systems worked with local manufacturers to get the heating and cooling equipment donated. Jackson Systems donated the zoning system. Hochstedler Energy Systems also donated all of their labor and materials to help provide a comfortable environment for the Walton family. “This was an easy ‘yes’ when we were approached by the Homes for Wounded Warriors Program. We were excited about the opportunity to give back to our local community and provide one of our local heroes and his family the welcome home they deserve,” stated T.J. Byers of Hochstedler Energy Systems.
The Homes for Wounded Warriors Program, through the help of the community, provides specially designed new or remodeled homes to seriously wounded veterans (post 9/11) in Indiana to improve their quality of life. For more information or to make a donation, visit hwwp.org.
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