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The Moyers Family

Despite experiencing some of the happiest moments of his life from his time in the Air Force, Matt Moyers also carries seen and unseen wounds from his service. Matt suffers from psychological ailments such as PTSD, depression, and insomnia. His physical injuries include severe back trauma—four herniated discs—a bicep that wasn’t properly reattached after surgery, and “the shoulder of a seventy-five-year-old man,” as one doctor put it. If it weren't for his wife Rachel and his children Jackson and Isabelle, he would not be here today. The family’s Missouri home is dated, lacks in color and décor, and has some safety concerns. The kitchen needs a total overhaul, the living room coffee table is being held together by zip-ties, and the backyard is a hazard to the children. The family would love to improve Matt’s sleep situation, perhaps by updating his man cave in the basement, a place he uses as a retreat and workspace.

Matt Moyers Honors Ryan Stanley’s Late Father

Military Makeover's Matt Moyers gives construction manager Ryan Stanley a touching piece of artwork to honor his late father.

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Magic Chef Gives Back to Moyers Family

Magic Chef is donating a wide range of its versatile and high-quality appliances to the Moyers family for their home makeover.

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An Emotional Conclusion to the Moyers Makeover

Watch as wounded Air Force veteran Matt Moyers and his wife Rachel get to see their renovated Kansas City-area home for the first time.

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ADT Pulse Gives the Moyers Family Peace of Mind

Thanks to Pulse, ADT's state-of-the-art security system, the Moyerses will be able to lock the front door, arm or disarm their home, and even adjust the indoor temperature.

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