Sgt. Wroblewski Learns He’s Receiving BCMC Build Home

Originally published by: BCMC BuildAugust 17, 2015

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On Sunday, August 16, U.S. Army Sgt. Drew Wroblewski and his wife Katelyn got the surprise of a lifetime. Natives of Wisconsin, they attended the Wisconsin State Fair much as they had done in the past, but this time they went to the fair with the understanding they were interviewing with local home builders to potentially have a home built for them through Operation FINALLY HOME (OFH). 

 

What the Wroblewski didn’t know was that, thanks to the work of SBCA’s BCMC Build project over the past six months, their future home will already be under construction next month!  This year, the BCMC Build charity construction project will be framing two homes for wounded veterans and their families. It’s the third year BCMC Build is partnering with Operation FINALLY HOME to give back to deserving individuals who have sacrificed so much in service to our nation.

“It is such a pleasure to work with BCMC Build each year,” said Molly Halliday, VP of Marketing for Operation FINALLY HOME. “Their efforts to not only frame the homes, but to also partner with the local builders, tailor the house plans and work within the community to raise awareness and support is a testament to the generosity of their industry.  These projects couldn’t happen without them.”

As you can see in the photo, Drew and Katelyn were completely surprised and grateful to discover they would be recipients of a mortgage-free home constructed through the BCMC Build project. As with past projects, the gift of a home promises to transform their lives in a permanent and meaningful way.

If you’d like to know more about the 2015 BCMC Build project, check out its new website here: http://www.bcmcbuild.com, and consider donating to this worthwhile endeavor.

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