Honoring a Fallen Soldier and His Family

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Honoring a Fallen Soldier and His Family

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Thursday, May 22, 2014 - 2:00pm

On one of the coldest March mornings in recent memory, more than 30 Team Depot volunteers from District 278 (Fairfax, Va.) were gathered inside and outside of a home, swinging hammers and painting walls.

They were transforming the home of Navy veteran Marty Bodrog, the first victim of the September 13 Washington Navy Yard shooting.

Marty left behind his wife, Melanie, and three daughters. When a leak in the family’s home caused significant water damage and mold, volunteers from the Immanuel Bible Church and The Home Depot nearby stepped in to help.

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