KANSAS CITY, MO. — Thanks to Operation Finally Home, a wounded warrior and his family will receive a new home. Retired U.S. Army Sgt. Ron Wiley and family will be receiving a house with rough-in plumbing products donated by Sioux Chief. Their partner, Price Brothers Inc., has donated all the plumbing labor.
Sgt. Wiley served in the United States Army for 17 years, including two tours in Iraq, receiving a number of medals throughout his military career. He suffered a traumatic brain injury after hitting an IED while driving a Humvee during his second Iraq tour. Degenerative disk disease limits his physical abilities and he has also been diagnosed with severe post-traumatic stress disorder, making it difficult to leave his home. Wiley is married to Ashley Wiley and has three children.
Operation Finally Home was founded in 2005 as a non-partisan/non-profit organization with the mission to provide Americans the ability to honor and thank America’s wounded and disabled veterans and the widows of the fallen who have sacrificed to defend our country in the global War on Terror.
Mike Stallings, national sales director at Sioux Chief attend the ceremony. Sioux Chief worked in collaboration with Price Brothers Inc., Classica Homes Designed For Living, PL Building Products and many more firms who contributed labor and material.
Additional information is available at www.operationfinallyhome.org.
Sioux Chief has also helped other local charities and organizations such as: Cass County Toy Shop, Boy Scouts of America Eagle Scout projects, PHCC – National Association Plumbing Contests, Habitat for Humanity, Homes for our Troops, Ronald McDonald House, Operation Good Neighbor, and SkillsUSA Competition.
Since 1957, Sioux Chief has been providing rough plumbing solutions for residential, commercial, industrial and government applications. Sioux Chief’s comprehensive product line is comprised of three core groups: Supply, Drainage and Support.