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Soldier hurt in line of duty gets specially-adapted smart home

Credit: WPTV News | West Palm Beach
Published on July 8, 2019 - Duration: 01:29s

Soldier hurt in line of duty gets specially-adapted smart home

A local hero an his family are just months away from moving into their forever home.

On Monday, U.S Army Sgt Stefan LeRoy (Ret.) and his wife Katie met with future neighbors, sponsors and donors at the Walls of Honor Ceremony, hosted by the Gary Sinise Foundation.

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Soldier hurt in line of duty gets specially-adapted smart home

FAMILY COULD BE COMING TO ANEND..

WITH A SPECIALHOMECOMING.

HE'S PART OF APROGRAM THAT BUILDS SPECIALLYADAPTED HOUSES FOR VETS ANDFIRST RESPONDERS.

TODAYNEIGHBORS, AND DOZENS OFDONORS AND SPONSORS GOT TOMEET THE LEROY FAMILY.

WPTVNEWSCHANNEL 5'S JANNYRODRIGUEZ INTRODUCES YOU TOTHEM, TOO..<<Nats song Sot Chris Kuban,foundation spokesperson.15:48:29“we want toofficially welcome you to yourforever home, welcome homebudd” Sot LeRoy 16:13:44“were so excited to be part ofthis great community and wecanRetired US Army Sgt StefanLeroy lost both of his legs inan explosion during hisdeployment in Afghanistan.

Nowhein his new roll...as thefather to his precious 6 weekold daughter.

Sot LeRoy16:12:03“I can be able toroll into the bathroom in mywheelchair and actually giverher a bath, I canour apartmen” Thanks to theGary Sinise foundationSergeant LeRoy and his familywill have the opportunity tolive in a specially adaptedsmart home to ease his dailychallenges.

STAND UP“neighbors, donors, andsponsors had the opportunitygrab a sharpie and writemessages of gratitude on thewalls of their soon to be newhome” Sot LeRoy 16:15:32“itwall” Sot Katie LeRoy, wife16:16:00“just the securityand knowing that he will besafe...for him to be able tohave mobility it will beamazin”

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