Courtyard By Marriott Tuscaloosa
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... into Brandon up on a roof on the first house the freshly re-booted Habitat affiliate was doing in Tuscaloosa. I knew Brandon from Biloxi days. He was working with Bill Stallworth, a local councilman who had set up a non-profit to do all of the casework for people who needed help in Biloxi. Brandon was writing all of the construction scopes of work and doling out the houses to the 4 or 5 groups that were bringing volunteers ...
... br> I tend to be a pretty loyal person with friends and employers (used to be able to include spouses but that's another story) so I held out as long as possible to keep working with Bart, but when it looked like the Fuller Center wasn't going to happen, I joined forces with Habitat again. That was three years and about 45 new homes ago.
In those three years, this past week is only the second week ...
I lost my Dad, Arthur Julian Salemme, in 1999. He went into the hospital with heart issues and never came out. I had a chance to see him, though, before he left. He told me that in the pre-surgery meeting the doctor who would be operating on him asked him if he had any questions. My Dad's response was to ask him if he had ever performed that type of operation before.
He was born in Boston in 1923. His mom was a Lithuanian Jew ...
... to help Nancy McDaniel run the Women's Build. The home is now going in to it's third week of construction. In addition to the out of towners, there has been a pretty good turnout of local women, some of whom have returned numerous days. Kathy and Susan both have been great help showing the other women how to build a house.
I've tried to back off a little, not be so bossy and directly ...
... has about 135 people signed up for the week of April 6-13. The scope of work is 1`0 rehabs and two new homes, all in the Louisville area. I volunteered to go a week early to help staging the sites and do anything to make the week go smoothly. I am driving up with fellow veteran, Crystal Manoske. I met Crystal while working in Peru, South America. She and her husband live in nearby Huntville, Alabama. She has been ...