Project #16: Dennis Abaid, USMC
Dennis Abaid signed up for USMC August 1969 attended boot camp at Paris island.
Project #15: Captain James M. Bonneau
Capt. James M. Bonneau Sr. enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in October 1951.
Project #14: Sgt. Ron Albert
Building Dreams for Marines completed its 14th project at the Epsom home of Sgt. Ron Albert.
Project #12: Lance Corporal Geoffrey Magoon
Penacook, NH – Building Dreams for Marines (BDFM) completed it’s 12th project for LCPL Geoffrey Magoon (USMC 1975-1979).
Project #11: Staff Sergeant Edward Denell
Nashua, NH – Building Dreams for Marines (BDFM), a non-profit organization with the mission of assisting New Hampshire Marine veterans with life-enhancing renovations to their
Project #9: Corporal Eric Witherspoon
On December 20, 2015 Building Dreams for Marines & CYR Lumber joined the Witherspoon family to officially “Ribbon Cut” Cpl. Witherspoon’s updated bathroom.
Project #8: Corporal Jerry LaFreniere
Name: Corporal Jerry LaFreniere
Location: Strafford, NH
Project #7: Corporal Paul Pratt
Summer 2014, Project #7 kicked off for Marine Paul Pratt. We were in great hands with Joe Slater from Slater’s Remodeling and Construction from Londonderry, NH.
Project #6: Lance Corporal Pedro Arroyo
Name: Lance Corporal Pedro Arroyo
Location: Manchester, NH
Handicap Deck and Ramp
In Progress Summer 2014
Project #5: Gunnery Sergeant Bernie Ruchin
Spring 2014, hammers were swinging on our fifth home renovation project in Bedford, NH, led by Michael Browning and the great folks at Cobb Hill Construction.
Project #4: Staff Sergeant Dan Strong
This project involves a bathroom renovation for Staff Sergeant Dan Strong, USMC (Ret).
Project #3: Corporal Andrew Johnson
Building Dreams for Marines 3rd project was completed during the Summer of 2013 to benefit Marine Corporal, Andrew Johnson who was wounded in Afghanistan in 2008. Modifications were made to Cpl.
Project #2: Sergeant Richard Byron
Name: Sergeant Richard Byron
Location: Hudson, NH
Project #1: Corporal Chuck Donnelly
Building Dreams for Marines, left Donnelly with a new kitchen, stairway and bathroom, among other improvements to better accommodate his medical needs.