Thank you Bandera Bulletin for being present and writing this article, special thanks to editor Tracy Thayer: https://www.banderabulletin.com/article/news/medina-resident-surprised-renovated-home?fbclid=IwAR0DkYOgb1d6BW-Fl_zTdg9VFizI7xH_tljBZiOlwkBi53GXHp-n7P-Pdo0
Above are photos from before, during, and after this rebuild project for a well known and loved Medina resident who had major winter storm damage to his home. This project was brought to our attention in March by Debbie Williams Hopkins and Debbie Martin. The Medina community came together to make this rebuild happen so Jay would have a safe home to return to from rehab. We would like to thank every single person involved and apologize in advance for missing some of you and even not knowing some of your names.
Initial clean up:
Demo and Repairs:
Deep Clean, Sanitize and Paint:
Andi Davenport and Klean Team
Plumbing, Electrical, Construction:
Jeremy Stroud and the Big Rock Construction Team
Final set up and detail:
Karyn Lyn Utterback
The Silver Sage and Local Community Gifts.
*SBP Foundation, Marly Maskill and Rebecca Clarkson, www.sbpusa.org
CEO, Art Crawford, comments: "In closing let me say that as happens so often, I get my picture in the paper and everyone says what a wonderful job I did. I did not do this. We did this. A community did this. I can do nothing without the support of my wife and partner Lisa Beck Crawford and the amazing staff and support team at The Silver Sage. One last thank you to the Board of Directors (Lisa Tucker , Vickie Jones Dewolf , Laura Devenport , Michele Markey, and Noel Smith) of The Silver Sage for trusting me with the task of leading this team of amazing people for the betterment of Bandera County and all our senior citizens".