Disabled Vietnam Vet Receives New Clayton Home

As reported in Azle News Online, Retired Major General Leroy Sisco is president of the non-profit Military Warriors Support Foundation, an organization that helps disabled veterans receive job counseling, scholarships, and other supportive services.  He and Jim Thomason of the Fort Worth Air Power Council, another organization dedicated to helping disabled vets, presented Danny Allison with a brand new Clayton manufactured home.  Allison lost a leg as a Marine in the Vietnam War and contracted diabetes as a result of his contact with Agent Orange, a defoliant the Army sprayed in the Vietnamese jungle.  He and his wife had been living in a old home in Sportsman’s Park in Azle, Texas.  The beautiful new home was delivered for free by another veteran, and someone else paid for the electrical and plumbing work and inspection.  Thomason raised $29,500 to buy the home.  Sisco intends to provide 1,000 homes to disabled veterans over the next five years.

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