PNC Donates Home To Retired Soldier In Mobile

MOBILE, Ala — PNC Bank, in partnership with the Military Warriors Support Foundation, through its Homes4WoundedHeroes program, presented retired U.S. military veteran John Stapleton with a mortgage-free home on November 15 in a key turnover event in Mobile. Stapleton served in the Army and Navy, including three tours in Iraq, in his 20-year-plus career. He was on the Quick Reaction Force special forces security team, where he was exposed to enemy fire. He was also the acting plane captain that taxied Air Force One ferrying President George W. Bush on 9/11 and has been awarded the Combat Action Badge, Iraq Campaign Medal with Campaign Star, Army Commendation Medal with Three Oak Leaf Clusters, Army Achievement Medal with Three Oak Leaf Clusters, Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal and Navy Battle “E” Ribbon. The donation represented the seventh time PNC donated a mortgage-free, renovated home to a veteran and the first time it has done so in Alabama.

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