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Rev-A-Shelf Unveils New Home For Wounded U.S. Soldier

LOVELAND, OH — Homes for Our Troops, an organization that builds and donates specially adapted custom homes for severely injured post-9/11 veterans, has welcomed U.S. Marine Cpl. Joshua Sust and his family to a new home in Loveland, OH, according to Rev-A-Shelf, a major supporter of the charitable endeavor.

“It was an honor and a privilege to be a part of the ceremony and I was very impressed by the organization and their commitment to our troops, specifically those who have been severely wounded in combat since 9/11,” said Jay Birindelli of Triax Sales, an independent rep for the Louisville, KY-based Rev-A-Shelf.

“Life-changing is the phrase I would use to describe what HFOT does,” Birindelli remarked.

As a father of two military sons, it gave me a lot of pride to say that I represent a company that plays a part in this.”

Now medically retired, Sust, a Cincinnati native, was severely wounded during a 2011 military deployment to Afghanistan.

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