Local Vet Loses Home to Fire

Posted by Phil Lambert on

Local Vet Loses Home to Fire

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Every so often we hear a story that compels us to stop and take action. A friend, and veteran, Doug Coull has lost everything. His home and every belonging that he has collected, has been lost to a fire. Doug's house has been condemned and he has been given notification from the county to clear the land and pull expensive permits or abandon the property.

We need to help.

Help can come in many ways.vet-lost-his-home-1 #1 - The EASIEST is to SHARE Doug's story and GoFundMe link to your friend's list on Facebook - https://www.gofundme.com/doug-coull-lost-home-to-fire - This takes approximately 5 seconds to click and share and we encourage you to do so now.

#2 - If you have the means, please make a donation to Doug through the link- The money will be used to clear the land and pull the permits and hopefully allow Doug to begin to rebuild his home and life. - https://www.gofundme.com/doug-coull-lost-home-to-fire

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#3 - Donate Supplies - To all our contractor and building friends, Doug needs help securing building supplies. Anything, no matter how small. will help. If you have the means please reach out. info@veteranair.com Subject: Help Doug

#4 - Donate time - If you have time available, Doug's family is looking for anyone that can shovel and help dig out. Please email us directly and we will organize a team to go help. info@veteranair.com Subject: Help Doug

We cannot thank you enough for reading this and taking the time to support someone that has supported his country through his service.

Thank you in advance. Veteran Air

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