Rehoboth Beach, Del. -- A family-owned flooring business with close ties to the Rehoboth Beach community has helped make it possible for a gravely-injured Maryland Marine to finally come home. Officials from the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers’ Building for America’s Bravest program, along with Ashley Anderson Wilson, the third-generation owner of Anderson Carpet One Floor and Home, were on hand to welcome USMC Corporal Clark Cavalier to his newly donated smart home in Marydel, Md.
Anderson Carpet One Floor and Home joined forces with Building for America’s Bravest to build a new smart home for Cpl. Cavalier. The Delaware flooring store provided flooring throughout the home, as well as installation services. Special features throughout the smart home make it possible for Cpl. Cavalier to live in comfort and style: enabling him to do the day-to-day tasks many of us take for granted.
Wilson, who worked in Homeland Security prior to joining the family business, said she jumped at the opportunity to assist the young American hero in his homecoming. “To give back to Clark in this way for all he has done meant the world to me, my team, and our local partners,” she said. “We wish Clark all the best and hope this brings him a lifetime of happiness.”
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