A Home in Time for the Holidays January 1, 2013 This fall, Connecticut Stone, in partnership with Building Homes for Heroes, teamed up to build a home for a disabled veteran of the war in Afghanistan. Sergeant Greg Caron was serving in the Marine Corps when an IED exploded – he lost both of his legs, and his right arm was severely wounded. Caron’s medical team was able to save his arm, but he still does not have full function of his arm.Caron’s family was selected by Building Homes for Heroes, a national non-profit organization that builds mortgage-free homes for severely wounded men and women of the military forces. Local partners donated their time and materials for the Caron’s new home in Ellington, CT.Connecticut Stone donated over $7,000 in Sage Brush Granite countertops in the Caron’s new gourmet kitchen, which was installed by Paul Vizzo, owner and operator of New England Carpentry.On behalf of the entire Connecticut Stone team, we would like to welcome the Caron family into their new home for the holidays. Our hope is to continue to support Building Homes for Heroes throughout the years. Thank you and congratulations to all of the organizations that donated their time and expertise to make the Caron’s home as beautiful and functional as possible for them.Watch video of Marine Greg Caron’s story on FoxNews.comWFSB 3 ConnecticutTo learn more about how you can help support Homes for Heroes, visit their website.About Homes for Heroes Building Homes for Heroes® is a national non-profit, non-partisan 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2006. Since 2006, Building Homes for Heroes® has been at the forefront of making a significant difference in the lives of the severely wounded men and women of the military forces of the United States. We build homes from the ground up or modify existing homes to meet the needs of the brave men and women who selflessly served our country. These mortgage-free homes not only help to remove the family’s financial burden, they help to restore the individual’s freedom, and enable the veteran to lead a more independent and productive civilian life.