KRQE News 13
By Kim Vallez and Kayla Root
July 1, 2016
“You are so use to being told what to do, where to be at all times, then thrown into civilian world where you have to compete again with everyone, not given answers everything a gray area, very difficult for me.” Trevor HilemanALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A New Mexico veteran is getting some big help getting back on his feet.
On Thursday, Army veteran Trevor Hileman was handed the keys to a new home, thanks to Bank of America and the Military Warriors Support Foundation.
The program from Bank of America and the Military Warriors Foundation fixes up foreclosed homes and gives them to veterans.
A path of flags lead the way for Hileman to his new mortgage free home on Thursday. Inside the home, there were pictures on the wall of Sergeant Hileman during his time in the Army. He served one tour of duty in Afghanistan.
But transitioning to civilian life has been tough.
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