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The Crozier Family

While deployed in Afghanistan in 2011, Kansas City native Zeke Crozier was in a Chinook helicopter crash that led to a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and PTSD that still affects him. With extensive therapy, Zeke regained his ability to walk and talk, and he has found an artistic, therapeutic outlet that has become a business. Military Makeover and its partners are proud to serve Zeke, his wife Lacy and their children by carrying out the renovation of their home.

The Air Force Academy Features the Nation’s Best and Brightest

Our nations military academies are among the finest universities in the world, forging an officer’s corps to lead a military that has no equal. Military Makeover is proud have The United States Air Force Academy as one of our participants. Zeke Crozier’s Congressman Kevin Yoder, of the 3rd District of Kansas, joined in a call […]

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Navy Mutual Aid Association: Peace of Mind For Those Who Serve

Retired Marine Corps Sgt. Major Craig Cressman from the Navy Mutual Aid Association came to talk about his experiences transitioning to civilian life.

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Smart Security to Add Peace of Mind for the Crozier Family

Hanwha Techwin America donated their Samsung SmartCam A1 Home Security System and the SmartCam PT, an IP-based home surveillance system.

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Ford Provides a Surprise to the Croziers

As the makeover wraps up, Ford provides the Croziers with a two-year lease for a brand new Ford Explorer Platinum.

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