MONROE, WA – Canyon Creek Cabinet Co. has donated cabinetry for two new Oregon homes built for disabled veterans. The project was spearheaded by Homes For Our Troops (HFOT), a national non-profit organization founded in 2004 to help build new homes for returning veterans with serious disabilities and injuries.

HFOT has completed, or is in the final production phase for nearly 100 homes across the country. It works closely with the VA to ensure that  homes are provided at no cost to the veteran.

On Dec. 11, 2010, HFOT presented Army SPC Kevin Pannell and his wife, Danielle with the key to their new specially adapted home in Sandy, OR. The second home in Parkdale, OR, for SSG Christian Bagge and wife Melissa, is scheduled for completion in January. In addition to the cabinetry donated by Canyon Creek, HFOT said it is still looking for donations of material and professional trades.

Bill Weaver, president and CEO of Canyon Creeks said, “We feel privileged to help two great families who have sacrificed so much for our freedom and wish them the best in their new homes. HFOT is a great program doing great work in taking care of our troops and we are proud to support them.”

Canyon Creek’s Cornerstone cabinets in the Legend door style in beech and in oak were chosen for the two homes, and all cabinetry provided by Canyon Creek met the ADA requirements. Richard Hoefer of River Mill Cabinets in Estacada, OR, a Canyon Creek dealer, also donated his time to install the cabinets in the home for Kevin Pannell.

Located in Monroe, WA, Canyon Creek Cabinet  is a leading manufacturer of affordable, custom frameless and framed style cabinetry for every room in the home. In early 2009, Canyon Creek introduced its line of closet and storage products—Canyon Creek Closets Plus—creating one of the most extensive lines of custom cabinetry and closet storage systems available. In 2010, Canyon Creek launched Newcastle, a framed cabinetry line designed to provide a high-quality, entry-level product for today’s price-competitive marketplace.

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