ABC Supply joined “Military Makeover,” a television program on the Lifetime Network that surprises military veterans with free home remodels, to renovate four homes for deserving veterans throughout 2019 and 2020. Here’s a look at who the company helped:
Wojcik served in the military for 20 years before being honorably discharged following a serious injury in Iraq. Wojcik, his wife and their three teenage daughters received a new roof and siding as well as a total renovation of the kitchen and bathrooms in their Strum, Wis., home.
Navy veteran and school athletic director Chris Hixon lost his life while at work during the 2018 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. ABC Supply helped “Military Makeover” honor his memory by providing his wife and sons with a new roof, flooring, countertops, HVAC system and more in their home.
LUKE HARVEY AND NATASHA WOODRUFF
Harvey served in the Army for six years before being medically retired due to severe injuries sustained in Iraq. Woodruff, also an Army veteran, received the Women of Courage Award from the Pentagon. The couple’s North Carolina home received new siding, doors, windows and more.
Marquez served in the Marine Corps for 27 years, completing tours in Japan, Iraq and Afghanistan. ABC Supply helped “Military Makeover” renovate the home where Marquez, his wife and their three children live with new gutters, doors, siding and windows.
ABC has also made a multimillion-dollar pledge to support Homes For Our Troops, a nonprofit that builds and donates specially adapted custom homes nationwide for severely injured post-9/11 veterans to enable them to rebuild their lives. ABC Supply recently assisted with materials to help Homes For Our Troops build and donate its 300th home to U.S. Army Sergeant Nathan Shumaker in Hillsboro, Mo.