ENGLEWOOD — Sitting in the living room of his Englewood home, Peter Patrick got a little emotional talking about a family he met in rural Tennessee.
“We were in Clairfield doing a two-room addition for the Collett family,” he said. “He was a double amputee, had no legs, and they lived up a very steep driveway. You couldn’t drive up it, but you could walk and drag a wheelchair.”
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