Doosan Portable Power helps Purple Heart Homes, volunteers build veteran’s custom home

| Published on August 13, 2013

Doosan Portable Power team members helped build a home for a disabled veteran. From left to right: Doug Dennington, customer service representative; Melissa Crotts, materials specialist; Rus Warner, global air products manager; Amy Meadows, marketing communications specialist; Wyatt Franks, assistant product marketing manager; Marie Lassus, materials specialist. (Photo: Doosan Portable Power)

Doosan Portable Power team members helped build a home for a disabled veteran. From left to right: Doug Dennington, customer service representative; Melissa Crotts, materials specialist; Rus Warner, global air products manager; Amy Meadows, marketing communications specialist; Wyatt Franks, assistant product marketing manager; Marie Lassus, materials specialist. (Photo: Doosan Portable Power)

Doosan Portable Power last month worked to help a Marine Corps veteran move from Spartansburg, South Carolina, to Denver, North Carolina.

Doosan Portable Power teamed up with Purple Heart Homes and other volunteering organizations and community members on July 12 to help build a home for the 8-year service veteran, his wife and their four children.

The project was part of an ongoing effort by Purple Heart Homes to build customized homes that fit the needs of service-disabled veterans.

Amy Meadows, Doosan Portable Power marketing communications specialist, organized the Doosan Portable Power team participation.

“Organizations like Purple Heart Homes make an incredible impact on these families — letting them know their sacrifices are recognized, their service is appreciated, and that as a community, we’re grateful,” Meadows said. “We were absolutely honored to be a part of this effort.”

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