RANDY WISE HOMES AND UNITED BANK PRESENT CHECKS TO TAYLOR HAUGEN FOUNDATION AND SPECIAL FORCES ASSOCIATION-CHAPTER VII
Posted on 08/23/19
“We call this our Community Spirit House, as this project is another example of how our community comes together to assist local organizations to accomplish their missions and to do good. Bob Jones and his team at United Bank stepped up to donate the homesite the home is built on. We are thrilled with this partnership we have formed. We are extremely grateful for our local vendors and subcontractors who gave free or discounted services and products for the home. Our employees are the heart and soul of our company. We are very proud of the talented team of professionals that came together for this project. Their dedication, attention to detail and desire to exceed expectations is the driving force of our success,” remarked Randy Wise.
“We are honored to be a part of this charitable donation. Through this partnership, United Bank and Randy Wise Homes were able to further the mission of the Taylor Haugen Foundation and Special Forces Association, Chapter VII. Locally, the Taylor Haugen Foundation supported the Northview High School Chiefs football team, outfitting them with high tech performance protective rib shirts. At United Bank, we have a multi bottom line mission focused commitment to improve the lives of our customers by building resilient and vibrant communities in the areas we serve,” said Bob Jones, United Bank.
Special Forces Association President Amil Alvarez said, “Randy is an authentic and servant leader who always seeks to improve the community he is a part of. He is a great supporter of the military and through the years, has been instrumental in improving the lives of numerous active duty service members, veterans, and their families. The Special Forces Association appreciate his support and leadership.”
“There are just no words to describe Randy Wise’s passion, charity and selflessness. He consistently and humbly does charitable works for the community and we are simply honored to be a recipient of his benevolence. And we thank Bob Jones and United Bank for supporting the outfitting of Northview High School Chiefs football team with abdominal protective gear,” stated Brian and Kathy Haugen.
The home, located at 1486 Mill Creek Drive is the Live Oak II floorplan and features 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2,618 square feet and is another Southern-style brick bungalow home in the rich, wooded area of Mill Creek Farms, where small-scale gardening, large 2/3 plus acre homesites, and a rural setting are enticing new home buyers. The Mill Creek Farms development has earned industry recognition for high architectural standards and sets itself apart for conservation and energy reduction with its eco-friendly homes and landscaping.
About The Taylor Haugen Foundation: The Taylor Haugen Foundation was created to honor the memory of the 15-year-old Niceville High School student who passed away after an injury sustained during a football game in 2008. In spirit of Taylor’s extraordinary character, the mission of the Foundation is to provide support and recognition to faith-based, athletic students and community organizations through awards, scholarships and funding. The Foundation serves to recognize the following attributes and character traits: Christian faith, athletics, community service, academics and leadership. For more information on the Taylor Haugen Foundation, please visit www.taylorhaugen.org or call (850) 842-9093.
About The Special Forces Association, Chapter VII: The Special Forces Association, Chapter VII exists to support the soldiers and families of the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) “Green Berets.” The Chapter assists the “Green Berets” in time of need with Wounded Warrior Support, memorial support for our fallen heroes, financial grants to soldiers and families of the unit in times of catastrophic life changing events, welcome home parties for our “Green Berets” who are constantly deployed throughout the world on sensitive missions, and scholarship funds dedicated specifically to 7th Special Forces Group children. To learn more about The Special Forces Association, Chapter VII visit www.sfa7.com or call (850) 217-9371.
About Randy Wise Homes, Inc.: Randy Wise Homes, Inc. is a locally owned award winning general contracting company located in Niceville, Florida, with services provided to Northwest Florida including, but not limited to Niceville, Destin, Fort Walton Beach, Freeport, Santa Rosa Beach and Crestview. Randy Wise Homes is a Southern Living Custom Builder Member and specializes in custom built homes and remodeling. Classic and Craftsman Homes provide a variety of floor plans from which to choose and can also be customized to the owner’s desires. Randy Wise Homes’ goal is to achieve an honest combination of function and design so that the sum of those is a practical, warm, and inviting living space that families will enjoy for many years to come. For more information, please visit www.RandyWiseHomes.com or call 850-678-9473.
About United Bank: Founded in 1904, United Bank has a rich history of serving the communities of Southwest Alabama and Northwest Florida as only a community bank can. United Bank provides the latest conveniences alongside hometown customer service that generations before would be proud of. United Bank is routinely recognized as one of America’s strongest banks and is committed to providing the exceptional customer service their customers have come to expect. For more information, please visit www.UnitedBank.com or call 1-800-423-7026.
For Additional Information:
Kellie Jo Kilberg 904-210-7620
Tonya Lambert, United Bank 1-800-423-7026
Amil Alvarez, Special Forces Association, Chapter VII 910-988-4546
Kathy Haugen, Taylor Haugen Foundation 850-830-2178