Created on Monday, 21 March 2011 Written by REUBEN MEES
April 1 is going to be a big day for Leonard and Sandy Funk.
Logan County Habitat for Humanity Director Kathi Bow presents a Bible to Leonard and Sandy Funk during the Sunday dedication of the couple’s new home along Railroad Avenue in Bellefontaine. (EXAMINER PHOTO | REUBEN MEES)
Not only will they celebrate their 11th wedding anniversary. They will also move their family of five into their first home.
“It’s taken 30 years, so this means a whole lot to me,” Mr. Funk said Sunday, prior to receiving the keys to the Habitat for Humanity home he and his wife helped build. “It’s a great feeling to see my house being built and helping build it. I think I already know every nook and cranny.”Read complete story in Monday's Examiner. CLICK HERE to subscribe today!