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HBAGC Charitable Foundation to Build Home for Brian Denny

The Home Builders Association of Greater Columbia through the generosity of its members will build a home for the Denny Family. Brian Denny suffered a serious injury at work on March 15, 2010. Brian, an employee of Stock Building Supply in Columbia, had a C3/C4 injury. He currently is paralyzed from his shoulders down. Brian and his wife, Jessica, have two beautiful children, Kendall, 7 years old and Cooper, 5 years old.

The totally accessible home will be built in Fisher’s Woods in Northeast Columbia on a lot donated by C & C Builders of Columbia, Inc. and will be known as Lagniappe (pronounced LAN-yap) meaning "a little something extra" or "an extra or unexpected gift".

“We feel that the Lord has definitely given us a 'lil lagniappe by blessing us with this house - it's more than we ever dreamed, and we're so thankful," said the Denny's.

To learn more about Brian's story please visit http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/briandenny

Contributions toward the construction of the home can be made payable to the HBA Charitable Foundation with a note for Lagniappe, P.O. Box 725, Columbia, S.C. 29202




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