USMC Sergeant Beck - New Home in Time for Christmas
Updated: Mar 18
The Home at Last Project builds homes for wounded veterans who return from service with severe disabilities. The homes are made possible through donations and partner organizations who donate money, manpower, and expertise in the acquisition of land, as well as the construction of homes that meet the special needs of wounded veterans and their families.
Located in Winter Garden, the ninth Home at Last Project was constructed by Winter Park Construction (WPC) and Hensel Phelps in partnership with a long list of suppliers and vendors. WPC has been part of all nine homes and Hensel Phelps has been part of 8 of the 9 projects. The 3,784 square foot home features a 3-car garage and includes five bedrooms and four bathrooms to accommodate the large family for which it is being built.
The new home was presented on December 17, 2020, to Sergeant Landon J Beck, USMC Retired, his wife Jessica, and their children, Serenity, 12 years old, Cristian, 10, Cristopher, 6, Paisley-Ann, 6, Maximus, 4, and Stormi,2. In September 2010 then Corporal Beck, deployed in Afghanistan, served as a turret gunner on a mounted patrol and received injuries in the line of fire along with his first purple heart medal. Beck received his second purple heart medal for multiple injuries received during the line of duty. He retired from the Marines in 2012 and has since been diagnosed with Traumatic Brain Injury and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Chronic back and leg pain from undocumented combat injuries, and IBS.
The Home at Last Project, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that builds homes for wounded veterans who return from service with severe disabilities. The homes are made possible through donations and partner organizations who donate both money, manpower, and expertise in the acquisition of land, as well as the construction of homes that meet the special needs of wounded veterans and their families.
Home at Last (Number 9) Construction Partners
Winter Park Construction
Guida Design Group (Architect)
American Civil Engineering Co.
Grusenmeyer-Scott & Associates, Inc. (Surveyor)
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