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The Ewing Family

As a Gold Star family, the Ewings have sacrificed more for their country than most. Hilda and Arthur Ewing’s eldest son, Army Pfc. Jeremy Ricardo Ewing, 22, paid the ultimate price. He was one of eight soldiers killed in a car bomb attack as his unit was doing a dismounted improvised-explosive device-sweep in Baghdad on April 29, 2004. The surviving Ewing children help mother tremendously with the mortgage and house repairs for the family's Miami Gardens home, which is in desperate need of a renovation.

The Ewing Family Makeover is in Full Swing

As the Ewing family Military Makeover kicks into high gear, a host of selfless partners are helping renovated an outdated Miami-area home.

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Donating a College Education to a Ewing Family Member

Grantham University’s participation on Military Makeover and its awarding of a scholarship to Ewing family member Bianca Avery align perfectly with the university’s rich 67-year history.

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The Home Depot Brings Its Crew of Makeover Helpers

The Home Depot has been one of the most veteran-friendly organizations for years, and their constant devotion to helping deserving military families on Military Makeover embodies their philosophy.

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Transforming the Ewings’ House into a Smart Home

The team from MyComputerCareer is is creating a high-tech smart home, bringing in smart TVs, installing smart outlets and hooking up a host of other features.

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