Church extends thanks for assistance in living quarters construction
The congregation of the Heaston United Methodist Church of Hodgesville, WV along with their Pastor Gary Evans would like to thank a few of the people, businesses, and organizations for their help assisting our church in constructing living quarters for the 180 Center Inc., Turning lives around through Jesus Christ organization headed by Doug Spears.
Numerous people were involved in this project and the church thanks each and everyone who was involved. Without the help of Sarah and Daniel Wilson selling their property, this project could have never been started. The church thanks Kenny and Kevin Lee of Main Line LLC for the demolition of the previously existing house on the site, as well as Neil Leput of 84 Lumber, Steve and Cam Corder of Steve Corder Contracting, Steve Blake of Blake’s Construction, Ed Ware of Twisted Wire Electrical Services, Steve Curtis of Curtis Trucking LLC, Scott Spotloe of Spotloe Construction, Larry Swisher of Swisher Moulding, Bubba Shreve of Shreve Drywall, Joe McCartney of Top Line Services, Forest Elmore of Custom Cabinets, Southern States, Harper Lumber, Lowe’s, Rite Way Heating and Plumbing, Dreamland Carpets, Crites Electric, Pat Jack, Billy Evans and Lance Leput.
The church would like to thank the following churches in supporting our endeavor, The Christian Fellowship Church and their Pastor Ed McDaniels and The Tallmansville Baptist Church and their Pastor Tim Lewis.
Thanks were also extended to the city of Buckhannon for their expertise and help expediting the completion of the project.
The church hopes and prays this project will be useful to the community for many years to come.