Foundation Honors Army Corporal With Smart Home
Chris Levi walked into his new house with his mother, sister, and nieces. With his nieces he walked into his brand new home in Belville Tuesday afternoon. This is among the first house in Long Island that the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation has handed over.
Chris Levi was an Army corporal who lost both legs in an IED explosion in Iraq in March of 2008. He uses prosthetic legs to walk and has an attitude that is beyond inspirational.
The house is a three bedroom unit spread over 2800 sq. ft. It was created and adapted to suit Levi’s needs. Since he is confined to a wheelchair, the kitchen stove can be set lower so that he can cook while sitting down. He can also control the lights in the house with his tablet. Levi is just 28 years old and believes that he is lucky to have inspirational and helpful people around him all the time.
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