ROSCOE, Sick. (WTVO)- Community contractor Tim Mazurkiewicz, operator of A+ Restoration, began a new venture Friday afternoon. His staff is working on re-siding Military veteran Joe Keck’s Roscoe residence.
“Lot of these men and women are forgotten about as soon as they arrive back from executing support for our country,” Mazurkiewicz explained.
“I’m exceptionally grateful, me and my family members,” Keck reported. “It’s form of spectacular- terms are tough to explain how grateful I experience.”
The renovation is built feasible thanks to the Semper Fi Fund. It is a non-income that offers help to vets, like Keck, who were being wounded in struggle.
“This is what retains our freedoms intact, are persons like this that are willingly giving up their time, their independence, and likely their life, to shield our freedoms,” reported Mazurkiewicz.
Keck particularly sought out A+ Restoration for the occupation due to the fact Mazurkiewicz is a fellow veteran. He served in the Air Drive for the duration of Operation Desert Storm.
“It’s good to be able to do a thing back household for other individuals that have fought in the war,” Mazurkiewicz said. “For me it’s extremely critical, it’s quite fulfilling and gratifying as a business to be equipped to support however we can.”
But Keck suggests it’s not just other vets who’ve had his again over the final couple several years. He’s thankful for absolutely everyone in the Stateline eager to assist individuals who served.
“Keep in call with fellas I served with, and often they even tell me points that happened, whether or not it’s any person getting them food items, or just tiny issues like that, you begin observing additional and extra of,” Keck mentioned. “It’s great, it is a pleasant emotion.”
A+ Restoration is now attempting to increase cash for the Semper Fi Fund so other vets can advantage from this system. You can donate listed here.