SHAWNEE, OKLA. - We have new information involving Veteran amputee Bobby Norman.
The single dad lost his arm and nearly his life in a bad car accident.
He contacted our “In Your Corner” team because he was out of cash and couldn't build a home for his daughter because of shoddy plumbing work and a poorly poured concrete slab.
The contractor accused of doing the shoddy work refused to rip it out and replace it, so we alerted Dolese Brothers and sales manager, Duane Coy, about Bobby's situation.
“Got together and voted to approve to donate all the concrete,” Coy said.
It was no small feat.
Dolese had help.
Haskell Lemon Construction pitched in the sand.
Bryan Jones and Trilogy Concrete poured themselves into the project donating supplies, their time and the crew.
“The fella needed help. That's what we do,” Jones said. “When someone needs help, pitch in, give him a hand.”
These construction heavy weights came through in a powerful way.
“I have both been in the military. He's a Marine,” Coy said. “I'm a Marine. It's a brotherhood you never get rid of. It was extra special for me.”
Bobby is one step closer to honoring the promise he made his Taylor Mae.
“I told her I'd give her a house,” he said. “Still working toward it.”
The family has lots to celebrate.
Bobby recently got married to the love of his life.
This is the story book ending for a young family with so much potential.