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2021 Baths for the Brave Recipients

Philadelphia

U.S. Army veteran Darwoosh Ivanoff of Norristown, Pa. is a 2021 recipient in the Philadelphia region. Ivanoff served from 1982 to 1994 and was a witness to history when the Berlin wall came down, reuniting East and West Germany. West Shore Home removed Ivanoff’s old cast iron tub and replaced it with a brand-new walk-in shower. To learn more about Darwoosh Ivanoff and to see his bath transformation, visit Baths for the Brave – Philadelphia, PA. 

 

dallas

In the Dallas region, U.S. Marine Corps veteran Angel Tovar of Mesquite is a 2021 West Shore Home Baths for the Brave recipient. Tovar served in the Middle East, including Iraq and Kuwait, and is a Purple Heart recipient. He now works in commercial construction and his co-workers nominated him for Baths for the Brave. West Shore Home removed Tovar’s old cast iron tub and replaced it with a modern alabaster white tub and marble look walls. To learn more about Angel Tovar and to see his bath transformation, visit Baths for the Brave – Dallas, TX.

 

tampa

U.S. Marine Corps veteran Matthew Miles of Treasure Island in the Tampa region is a 2021 West Shore Home Baths for the Brave recipient. Miles served in Vietnam from 1969 to 1971 as part of the 1st Marine Air-Wing. West Shore Home provided Miles with a brand new, easy step-in shower with grab bars and a built-in seat for safety. To learn more about Matthew Miles and to see his bath transformation, visit Baths for the Brave – Tampa, FL.

 

baltimore

In the Baltimore region, U.S. Marine Corps veteran Carrel Reavis, Jr. of Millford Mill is a 2021 West Shore Home Baths for the brave recipient. Reavis is a Purple Heart recipient and was stationed in Kuan Tri Valley in North Vietnam from June 1968 to February 1969. After serving his country, Reavis spent 40 years as a high school football coach. West Shore Home has provided Reavis with a therapeutic walk-in tub and two additional grab bars for safety. To learn more about Carrel Reavis, Jr. and to see his bath transformation, visit Baths for the Brave – Baltimore, MD.

 

raleigh

In the Raleigh region, U.S. Navy veteran Jim Watson of Aberdeen is a 2021 West Shore Home Baths for the Brave recipient. Watson served in Vietnam and witnessed the fall of Saigon when he was just 17 years old. He has received multiple military accolades including the National Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, and Sea of Service Ribbon. West Shore Home removed Watson’s old bathtub and replaced it with a brand-new walk-in shower. Baths for the Brave – Raleigh, NC.

atlanta

In the Atlanta region, U.S. Army veteran Mike Harris of Fairburn is a 2021 West Shore Home Baths for the Brave recipient. Harris served in the U.S. Army from 1983 to 1989. He was injured during a training incident in Germany when his gas tanker went off an embankment and rolled over several times. West Shore Home gifted Harris a brand-new, walk-in shower with additional grab bars for safety. To learn more about Harris’ military service and to see his bath transformation, visit Baths for the Brave – Atlanta, GA.