ServiceSource Donates Mortgage-Free Home To Disabled U. S. Army Vietnam War Veteran Adolphus Jones
By Space Coast Daily // November 3, 2017
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BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA, FLORIDA – In honor of Veterans Day, ServiceSource donated a mortgage-free home at Crestview Villas to disabled U. S. Army Vietnam War veteran Adolphus Jones.
Rob Medina, Director of Community and Military Relations for Congressman Bill Posey, presented Jones with an American flag flown over the U.S. Capitol.
This is the third consecutive year that ServiceSource, a leading provider of employment and housing services to Floridians with disabilities, donated a mortgage-free home at Crestview Villas to a disabled veteran.
Drafted in 1967, Specialist 4 Jones was a member of 575th Engineer Construction Battalion of the Third U. S. Army during the height of the Vietnam War.
He completed a two-year tour of duty and was honorably discharged in 1969.
Among those on hand to present Jones with the keys to the condo was Melbourne Home Depot store manager Natalie Glywasky. Home Depot Foundation grants and Team Depot volunteer labor has renovated 10 veteran housing units at Crestview.
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