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Soldier to settle in local home

Groundbreaking was held Monday on the first of two homes the Helping A Hero foundation plans to build in Tennessee this year.
“To date we’ve built 90 homes for heroes in 21 states,” said Helping A Hero founder and chairperson Meredith Her during groundbreaking ceremonies for the future home of the Chaz Allen family on Crisp Springs Road.
The staff sergeant lost both his legs to an IED in Afghanistan Jan. 22, 2011, and has decided to locate here after retiring from the U.S. Army recently. His wife, the former Jessica Collins, was raised in Warren County while ...


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