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Packers Assist Local 'Rebuilding Together' Project

Discussion in 'Official Packers.com News' started by News Bot, Apr 21, 2009.

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    Apr 18, 2009
    It's one small part of a massive renovation of his Green Bay home, but retired Sgt. Mark Meunier is extremely thankful for it nonetheless.

    A handful of members of the Green Bay Packers organization last week completed their work on a new ramp for the front entrance to Meunier's house, which serves as the organization's contribution to the latest project of Rebuilding Together of Greater Green Bay.

    The home on North Ashland Avenue was purchased by Meunier and his wife, Dawn, as a fixer-upper, with plans to remodel, sell and relocate. But after a 19-year military career in the Marine Corps and Army National Guard, Meunier sustained so many injuries serving in the Persian Gulf War, Somalia and Iraq that he could no longer work on his house, let alone get around in it.

    Since first hearing of Meunier's story in the Green Bay Press-Gazette last fall, dozens of local business and residents have donated resources, building supplies and work time to provide t..


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