Midwest Equity Mortgage, LLC to Pay Mortgage of Local Disabled Veteran for One Year
December 21, 2015 | St. Louis – Midwest Equity Mortgage, LLC is pleased to announce the winner of the Dream to Retire Sweepstakes, Air Force veteran Paul High and his wife Tammy. Their prize is one-year’s-worth of mortgage payments to be paid by Midwest Equity Mortgage, LLC.
After proudly serving in our nation’s Air Force, High discovered he had a brain tumor. While it was operable, doctors were unable to remove the tumor without doing catastrophic damage to High’s memory. His wife Tammy and their five children have struggled to make ends meet as High works to get back on his feet after his medical emergency.
Midwest Equity Mortgage, LLC will pay the High’s mortgage for one full year to allow the Highs to rebuild their finances, support their children and give them a new start for 2016. While High’s road to recovery is long and difficult, Midwest Equity Mortgage, LLC is honored to be able to relieve the burden of their mortgage for 2016 and help them focus on things that are much more important than money.
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