2017

May 25, 2017

Houston-based 501(c)(3) non-profit, non-partisan organization, Helping A Hero, presented a specially adapted home for local wounded hero, Sgt (Ret.) Daniel Cowart, on Saturday, May 13 in Santa Fe, Texas. Country icon Lee Greenwood and special guests officially presented the keys to Sgt Cowart and his family in honor of his sacrifices for our country.

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Lee Greenwood and Helping A Hero present new home to wounded soldier Daniel Cowart
May 25, 2017

A new door was opened for a wounded veteran as he was welcomed into his family's new home in Texas.
Army Sgt Dan Cowart lost his left leg to a suicide bomber in Iraq while serving in the Iraq War.
In addition to losing his leg in 2007, Cowart also suffers nerve damage in his right leg and hearing loss in both ears. He is forced to spend majority of his time in a wheelchair.
Last year, non-profit organization, Helping a Hero, broke ground on Cowart's new home, which is located in Santa Fe, Texas.

On Saturday, his wife, Sarah, and twin daughters, Avalon and Alyssa, joined him as he was welcomed by the organization into their new home.
Dozens of people, including...

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Wounded veteran who lost his left leg to a suicide bomber in the Iraq War gets a new home in Texas
May 25, 2017

Houston-based 501(c)(3) non-profit, non-partisan organization, Helping A Hero, presented a specially adapted home for local wounded hero, Sgt (Ret.) Daniel Cowart, on Saturday, May 13 in Santa Fe, Texas. Country icon ...

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Country Icon Lee Greenwood is Special Guest at 'Helping a Hero' Event
May 25, 2017
On a beautiful sun-filled Monday morning, April 3, Wounded Warrior MSgt Blaine Scott and wife Lilly and 10 year old son Blaine were welcomed into their new neighborhood in Copper Ridge just outside of New Braunfels, Texas.  They were honored by a parade with local dignitaries and led by the Smithson Valley high school marching band ending at their custom built home.   The colors for the Welcome Ceremony were presented by the...
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Wounded Warrior MSgt (Ret) Blaine Scott and Family Receive a Warm Welcome
May 25, 2017

 

SAN ANTONIO - It was an emotional and patriotic Monday morning in New Braunfels as the nonprofit organization Helping A Hero presented keys to its 10th homeowner locally.

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Helping A Hero' presents keys to 10th San Antonio-area home
May 25, 2017

The event began with a homecoming parade and a welcome by ...

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Wounded Warrior receives new home from Helping a Hero
May 25, 2017
 
Wounded warrior MSgt (ret) Blaine Scott, USMC, and his wife Lilly and family will be enjoying a brand new home in New Braunfels with the assistance of ‘Helping a Hero’.   They will be moving to a beautiful 4 bedroom, 3 bath home this weekend that will accommodate the needs of MSgt Scott and his wife in their passion to minister to other wounded warriors.  

Conn’s furniture assisted with a ‘massage chair’ readily available in the master bedroom for MSgt Scott’s personal use.  They also installed a 65 inch TV in the family room of their soon to be home for the family to enjoy.

 
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Wounded Warrior MSgt Blaine Scott gets helping hand from local Companies
May 25, 2017

Marine MSgt Blaine Scott served multiple deployments to Iraq and was hit by an IED and suffered burns over 40% of his body. Burn victims cannot regulate their temperature making it necessary to keep their interior air temperature at 68 degrees. In Texas, that is very expensive! Being a wounded warrior is tough enough, but this family suffered a tragedy even worse than being blown up in Iraq. Blaine and his wife, Lilly, lost their 12 year old daughter, Isabella, to suicide after she was bullied at school. Their daughter was a proud Young Marine Corporal. She loved playing softball and hunting with her Dad. She had epilepsy and had an episode at school during the Spring 2016. Kids were teasing her...

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HELPING A HERO HOME FOR WOUNDED MARINE MSGT BLAINE SCOTT

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