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Join Chesapeake Homes, Wakefield Development, their vendors and company sponsors in congratulating Nathan on the new home we built for him in Renaissance Park!

Chesapeake Homes and Wakefield Development joined forces with Operation: Coming Home and the Home Builders Association of Raleigh-Wake County and built a new home for Army Ranger Nathan Rimpf. Nathan received the key to his new home on Thursday, November 7th during a special ceremony at Renaissance Park.

On July 8, 2012, Nathan’s life changed. While serving in eastern Afghanistan as part of the 2nd Battalion 16th Infantry as a platoon leader, Nathan stepped on a mine severely damaging both of his legs resulting in amputations. As a result of Nathan’s drive and
  determination, he can now walk, and even run, with the use of his “new” legs. He has made tremendous strides in his recovery and therapy at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland.

While not yet officially released from Walter Reed, Nathan plans to move into his new home by the first of the year. MORE

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