Homes for Wounded Warriors Program Set to Donate, Dedicate New, Custom-Designed Home for Indiana Soldier

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Homes for Wounded Warriors Program Set to Donate, Dedicate New, Custom-Designed Home for Indiana Soldier

<0> Homes for Wounded Warriors ProgramDavid Ayers, 317-502-8536 </0>

Homes for Wounded Warriors Program:

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12 – 1:45 p.m. – Luncheon with Guest Speaker and RecognitionsFirst Baptist Church - 310 West Taylor St. – Kokomo, Indiana

2-2:30 p.m. - Home Blessing, Flag Raising, Dedication, and Tour of Home –1515 N. Wabash Ave. – Kokomo, Indiana

US Marine Corps Captain E. Markus Trouerbach, president and founder of the Homes for Wounded Warrior Program, will lead a brief ceremony highlighted by the presentation of a custom-designed home to the family of US Army Specialist Anthony Walton.

The presentation of the home is a welcome occasion at an otherwise difficult time for Spec. Walton and his family. While visiting recently with his wife’s family, Spec. Walton fell and suffered a traumatic head injury. He is being treated for his injury and is beginning to make a slow and steady recovery.

Construction and furnishing of the home is the result of a coordinated and heartfelt community effort.

Together, the community will welcome the Walton family into their new home.

Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight is expected to attend the luncheon and will be present at the home for a special flag raising ceremony to be led by the Kokomo VFW and a tour of the home. The HWWP was founded to build or reconstruct specially adapted homes for seriously wounded veterans who were injured during the War Against Terrorism.

– interested in scheduling an interview with Capt. Trouerbach – please contact David Ayers at (317) 502-8536.

For more information about the Homes for Wounded Warriors Program, visit the program’s Website at or contact Captain E. Markus Trouerbach at (585) 730-3090 or via e-mail at: