This was a really  special day for U.S. Army Sergeant Howard Appleby and his family. They got a first glimpse of their brand new, mortgage-free home. With the frame of the home up, Pulte employees and community members showed their gratitude and support by leaving “Notes of Love” written inside the walls of their home. As part of PulteGroup’s Built to Honor program, in partnership with Operation FINALLY HOME, Southwest Florida’s Brandi Walker explains that we have the opportunity to give back to someone who has given so much to this country by doing what we do best. Our hope is to not only build this family a house, but a home to fill with love and memories to come. 

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