Please help support Morris Habitat for Humanity
Veteran's Build Week November 11 - 15, 2019!
We will be completing the first 6 of 12 units at 121 Main Street in Succasunna—our largest project to date. Twelve families will have new homes including a US Marine Corps Veteran and his family. Help us put on the finishing touches - painting, tiling, landscaping etc.!
Meet Morris Habitat's Veteran Homeowners
Moyses Ramirez and Ivette Amaya are homeowners on MLK Blvd in Morristown and are both veterans. A Marine Corps defense specialist, Moyses served in Afghanistan and Japan before being honorably discharged in 2012. Ivette joined the Marine Corps in 2010 as a Supply and Operations Specialist and was deployed to Bahrain in 2013 in support of Operation New Hope. She was honorably discharged in 2014.
Ed Sartorius, his wife Maria and their daughter live on Harding Avenue in Dover. Ed is a veteran of the U.S. Army who participated in Desert Storm in 1991 and then in the War in Afghanistan 20 years later. He is still active in the reserves with the rank of sergeant.
Nathalie Figueroa is also a homeowner at Harding Avenue in Dover. She is a veteran and active in the Army reserves as a military police officer. Her grandmother lives with her to care for her son while she works or is deployed with the Army.
US Army veteran John Freudenberg Jr.,Tiffany Giacchino, and their daughter Ryleigh moved into the Ranch style house at 52 Randall Avenue after the 2018 Blitz Build. John served in Afghanistan and was a self-employed painter.
Nicole and Daniel Pope have 3 daughters under the age of 3. Daniel, a veteran who served in the United States Marine Corps was in the first ground unit to enter Iraq in the Iraq War in 2003. He was just 17 years old when he enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps with permission of a parental waiver. The Popes will be moving into 121 Main Street in Succasunna in December!