Dean A. Esposito and his group of volunteer workers recently rebuilt my home, I wish I knew how to properly thank them
Marysville, Oregon, IN (PRWEB) March 17, 2012
Dean A. Esposito was abroad in Europe when one of the March tornadoes hit his town and leveled a large section of the Marysville community. Homes were completely swept away, debris and farm equipment were thrown up to a mile away. And overall along its track, the tornado destroyed hundreds of homes and killed 11 people.
“It was extremely upsetting and devastating to see the tornado’s impact,” Dean A. Esposito said.
Clark County officials say about 30 homes in the town of about 500 were destroyed by the March 2 storms.
Dean A. Esposito, who owns a local construction business, decided to rebuild the impacted community. He set off on his mission by attracting a group of neighbors and volunteers, and together they contacted families who lost their houses in the storm’s destructive path.
“Thirty homes is a huge portion of our small community,” Dean A. Esposito said. “We are working hard to rebuild all that we lost.”
Dean A. Esposito and his army of about 40 volunteers have began rebuilding the houses and plan to complete all 30 homes by the end of May. Dean A. Esposito completes the construction projects free of charge.
"Dean A. Esposito and his group of volunteer workers recently rebuilt my home, I wish I knew how to properly thank them," said Lilly Bloom, of Marysville.
More About Dean A. Esposito
Dean A. Esposito is a lifelong resident of Marysville. He is 55 years old and owns a local construction business. Dean A. Esposito has begun rebuilding houses that were destroyed by the March 2 tornado that hit the Marysville community. He hopes to complete rebuilding all the devastated homes by the end of May.
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