The volunteers built the ramp for the veteran and his wife.
By Abbey Hnat
Congressman Brad Wenstrup, along with volunteers from UPS and PWC, came together Friday to make an elderly veteran's home safe and accessible.
Billy, a 77-year-old Korean War veteran, and his wife say they live in a very unsafe environment. Billy suffers from dementia and his wife's mobility is limited due to her severe osteoporosis.
People Working Cooperatively (PWC), a non-profit organization that serves low income elderly and disabled homeowners, helped to fix the couple's mold problem and assisted in their need for a new sump pump, floor repair and bathroom modification.
Wenstrup and volunteers from UPS built a new ramp for Billy and his wife.
Thanks to UPS, PWC, and Brad Wenstrup, the couple will be able to live safely in their own home.