Habitat for Humanity Susquehanna dedicates two homes for the holidays

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The Naulty Family

Habitat for Humanity Susquehanna, Inc. is dedicating two new homes for families this month. Here are the details:


Habitat for Humanity Susquehanna Dedicates Two Homes for the Holidays


(Bel Air, MD) — On December 13th and December 20th at 10 a.m., Habitat for Humanity Susquehanna, Inc. (HHS) will cut the ribbon on two homes just in time for Christmas.


Veronica Stocks is a Veteran of the Air Force and will be moving into the Heroes Build home on December 13th at 750 Battle Avenue. The Heroes Build frame was built on the Mall in Washington, D.C. this past summer to honor Veterans.


Veronica and Raysheon
Veronica and Raysheon Stocks

Veronica will be living with her son Raysheon and said, “My son will have a proper home to enjoy. We will actually be able to sit down and have dinner together in a real dining room. What may seem like such a small thing to some is a major event in our house. Words cannot express how happy we are!”


The Stocks family gives their heartfelt thanks to APGFCU, The Bank of America Charitable Foundation, Constellation Energy, Harford County Government, The Home Depot Foundation, Kohl’s, Maryland Affordable Housing Trust, MASCO Corporation, State Farm, and the many generous Habitat volunteers and donors


Heather Naulty is a single mother who faced the reality of homelessness after the economy took a turn for the worse. Heather and her two children, Nakayla and Kamryn, will be moving into the Women Build home on December 20th at 19 Bush Chapel. Women Build was a home that was predominately built and funded by women.


Heather said, “My kids have watched me struggle, face challenges and conquer what I thought was impossible. I want to not only teach them the importance of dedication and hard work, but to lead them by example, showing them that if you put forth the hard work and effort, your dreams can come true.”


The Naulty family gives their heartfelt thanks to Bob Corbett, LLC, The Community Foundation of Harford County, Constellation Energy, The Dresher Foundation, Glenangus Homes, Harford County Government, Home Depot, Kohl’s, Lowe’s, Maryland Affordable Housing Trust, T.W. Perry, and the many generous Habitat volunteers and donors.



All are invited to celebrate and welcome the families to the neighborhood. The ceremonies will begin at 10 a.m., and guests are encouraged to tour the homes and enjoy refreshments.


For more information about Habitat’s upcoming projects, please visit www.habitatsusq.org.