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Randy Wise Homes Hosts Thank You Dinner for Contractors of Deslauriers’ Home

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Another big “Thank You” to those who helped provide a home for Building Homes for Heroes’ recipients, Joe and Lisa Deslauriers! For those vendors and contractors who missed our Thank You Dinner at the Emerald Grande on Saturday, March 14th, please take a moment to view the recap video from the event.

Attendees enjoyed a motivational speech by Georgia Tech Football Chaplain, Derrick Moore, and a blessing of the group by Mayor Mel Ponder along with a delicious meal and music by Deja’Vu.


Fox Destin Area Chamber January 2015 Destin Business Forum interviews randy wise

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During the Destin Area Chamber’s January 2015 Destin Business Forum, host Amy Perry of Pleat, Perry & Ritchie, P.A., interviews Randy Wise, owner and president of Randy Wise Homes


Testimonial from a New Construction Client

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For the past 30 years, Randy Wise Homes has been northwest Florida’s premier homebuilder.  View a testimonial from the Cunningham’s, new construction clients.


Randy Wise Homes Builds EarthCents Homes in Mill Creek Farms

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Time tested, relationship driven and stewardship focused is the slogan for Randy Wise Homes.  We believe in being good stewards of energy and that is why we have chosen EarthCents of our standard of energy efficiency in our homes.


Introducing Mill Creek Farms, Baker, FL

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Learn more about Mill Creek Farms in Baker, FL. Enjoy approx. 2/3 acre homesites, EarthCents homes and quality Randy Wise Homes!


Basement Homes in Niceville, FL – Tour Hawk’s Landing

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Tour Hawk’s Landing in Niceville, FL. Many of these homes have walkout basements and there is plenty of outside fun too, as Turkey Creek is adjacent to the neighborhood.


Testimonial from a Custom Home Client

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For the past 30 years, Randy Wise Homes has been northwest Florida’s premier homebuilder.  View a testimonial from the Fikers’, new construction clients.


Fox News Coverage of U.S. Master Sergeant Joseph Deslauriers’ Homecoming Celebration

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Randy Wise Homes, Inc. of Niceville, Florida was selected by Building Homes for Heroes to build the home for local wounded veteran, Air Force Master Sergeant Joseph Deslauriers. Master Sergeant Deslauriers and family were gifted their new home on October 25, 2014.
Air Force Master Sergeant Joseph Deslauriers was injured in September 2011 when on a combat operation in Afghanistan. Deslauriers was mounted in a mine resistance vehicle conducting a post blast assessment of an IED explosion. In an effort to get a closer look at the damage done by the IED blast, MSgt. Deslauriers dismounted and stepped on a secondary mine. The explosion that ensued resulted in Deslauriers losing both legs above the knee, and his left arm at the elbow. Deslauris and his wife, Lisa, have a son. Deslauriers carried out two tours of duty in Afghanistan and served in Iraq, Kuwait and Kosovo.

Building Homes for Heroes is a national non-profit, organization founded in 2006 that builds homes from the ground up or modifies existing homes to meet the needs of wounded soldiers who have returned home from wars in Iraq and Afghanistan with severe wounds and disabilities. These mortgage free homes not only help to remove the family’s financial burden, but they also help to restore the individual’s freedom, and enable the veteran to lead a more independent and productive civilian life.

For more information call (850) 678-9473 or email info@randywisehomes.com.


Fox News Coverage of U.S. Master Sergeant Deslauriers’ Groundbreaking Ceremony

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Randy Wise Homes, Inc. of Niceville, Florida was selected by Building Homes for Heroes to build the home for local wounded veteran, Air Force Master Sergeant Joseph Deslauriers. Master Sergeant Deslauriers and family were gifted their new home on October 25, 2014.


Northwest Florida Daily News Coverage of U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Aaron Hale Homecoming Ceremony

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Randy Wise Homes, Inc. of Niceville, Florida was selected by Building Homes for Heroes to build the home for local wounded veteran, Army Staff Sergeant Aaron Hale.  Staff Sergeant Hale was presented with his new home on April 6, 2013.


Building Homes for Heroes Video Coverage of U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Aaron Hale Homecoming Ceremony

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Randy Wise Homes, Inc. of Niceville, Florida was selected by Building Homes for Heroes to build the home for local wounded veteran, Army Staff Sergeant Aaron Hale.  Staff Sergeant Hale was presented with his new home on April 6, 2013.

On December 8, 2011, Army Staff Sergeant Aaron Hale was severely injured in Afghanistan when an improvised explosive device (IED) detonated. Hale suffered from multiple facial bone fractures, severe burns to his face and upper thighs, crushed sinuses, blown ear drums, and as a result of the blast and the shrapnel, Hale was left completely blind. To help with his disability, Building Homes for Heroes and Randy Wise Homes presented the Hale Family with a new home, a “smart house” with electronic devices, including an upgraded kitchen, which will help Aaron be more self-sufficient. Different flooring was installed in each room to help Aaron know where he is. Aaron’s wife, Kelly, is fighting melanoma, so the home has a Florida room so she can have a place out of the sun to watch their four children play. Hale, of the 760th EOD (explosive ordinance disposal), served a tour in Iraq and two tours in Afghanistan.