TOLEDO, Ohio — In lower than day, a retired Toledo police officer has a brand new roof and a clear yard because of the generosity of members of the group.
Former Toledo police officer William Coder, who grew to become disabled after a line-of-duty accident over 45 years in the past, wanted a brand new roof for his east Toledo residence. Sadly, he did not have the funds for to pay for it.
When Tony Dia heard of this, the muse he created in honor of his slain police officer son stepped in to assist. The Officer Anthony Dia Basis, mixed with help from many native companies, climbed proper as much as re-roof the construction and clear up afterwards.
“I contacted the Chief to see if there was anyone on the market to assist previous, disabled cops and he matched me up with Tony Dia, who matched me up with Dee, and collectively they discovered the cash,” defined Coder.
House Depot supplied the underlayment, Owens Corning provided the shingles and S and S Roofing introduced the talent and muscle to finish the job in below 8 hours.