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A group of local businesses in Gaston County, N.C., including Pack Brothers Collision Center, has teamed up to give a new ride to a needy local veteran.
A group of local businesses in Gaston County, N.C., has teamed up to give a new ride to a needy local veteran.
As of four months ago, Kirk Davis, a 57-year-old retired veteran, was homeless and living out of a Toyota 4Runner with no A/C. Now, thanks to an anonymous donor and some donated work from local businesses include Pack Brothers Collision Center, J&J Upholstery, Stanley Towing and Collision Safety Consultants, Davis now has a refurbished 2003 Cadillac.
With A/C in working order in the new car, Davis can now continue to move forward and get a service dog to assist him, knowing that he can keep the animal cool. In the time since leaving the Marines in 1988, he’s been through two knee replacement surgeries, heart and back problems, and lost his wife to cancer in 2014, which prompted him to go through foreclosure due to all of the medical bills.
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