WTS Paradigm, supplier of fenestration software for dealers and manufacturers, donated a significant monetary contribution to Homes for our Troops to assist with completing a Wisconsin home project for injured war veteran, US Army Specialist, Jason Schulz.

In Shultz’s YouTube video on the Homes for our Troops website, he thanks everyone who has helped build and provide him with a handicap accessible home. Schultz stated that the home is, “going to help me get some freedom.” To view Jason’s complete story, CLICK HERE.

WTS Paradigm was among a handful of giving sponsors to help with donations to complete the build out for Jason’s home. Owners of WTS Paradigm, Nathan Herbst and Lyn Hartl both requested participation in this donation.

“Medford, Wis., was recently honored to have a presentation of the Vietnams Veterans Memorial and it made us think of ways that we could give back to people who have given everything for our freedom,” says WTS founder Lyn Hartl. “Helping Jason was a way to reach out to those who serve in Wisconsin and to show our thanks for their service.”

In addition, Cole Hartl, son of Lyn and his wife Wendy will be joining active duty. In early 2010, Cole will be deployed to Iraq with his troop #273 Sapper Co. from Medford.

“Throughout the holiday season, all of us have a focus to be with family. We often forget about the thousands of troops fighting for our country who are missing their families and holiday events this time of year. Our donation is a small thank you for all who have served and are serving overseas,” says, WTS president Nathan Herbst.

News

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *