Anson Curry Receives New Home for Valentine’s Day

On Valentines’ Day 2015 Sgt. Anson Curry and his family received their new fully accessible home in San Antonio through Building Homes for Heroes!  The project cost almost $400,000, including medical technology, like a lift that runs from the bedroom to the bathroom.

For those that have been following his story, In 2011 Army Sergeant Anson Curry took a penetrating shrapnel wound to the head from a grenade blast while serving in Afghanistan. Sgt Curry did not give up, he survived and he is continuing his rehabilitation. He celebrated his 3 year Alive Day last August and his wife Minie Curry updated us on his progress at that time. She says “He is still unable to speak, eat or walk but he is not giving up. He can say the word hello slowly. But we still have a long road ahead of us. We aren’t giving up because we’re a strong family & he will one day give testimony of how he survived & how God pulled him through it all.”

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