House of Heroes & Habitat Phenix City Team Up To Repair Veteran’s Homes

A flag ceremony will be held at 12 noon in honor of SPC Randall & Mrs. Kathy Chancey at 12:00 Saturday, June 15th.

Their Veteran:

SPC Randall Chancey entered the US Army in November 1982. During his 4 years in the Army, SPC Chancey received the following awards and decorations: an Army Service Ribbon, an Overseas Ribbon, a Good conduct Medal, and a Marksmanship Badge with a Bar for the M-16 Rifle. He was honorably discharged in 1987.

About House of Heroes Chattahoochee Valley Chapter:

Eighteen years ago, Wayne Anthony developed and launched House of Heroes to honor elderly or disabled military and public safety veterans and/or their spouses by providing repairs and improvements to their home, at no cost to the veteran. Fast-forward to today, House of Heroes-CVC has honored more than 900 veterans and/or their spouses with more than 17,500 volunteers giving over 126,000 hours. For more information, visit

About Habitat of Humanity of Phenix City, Al

(HFHPC) celebrated their 18-year anniversary in December 2018. To date they’ve have built 65 homes in Phenix City, Russell County, AL. HFHPC is a 501-C-3 non-profit organization. Their mission is to provide affordable housing mortgage opportunities to lower and moderate-income families here in Phenix City, Russell County, AL

Courtesy: Habitat of Humanity of Phenix City, Al

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