When the time came to select a recipient for the next Habitat for Humanity home in Carbondale, two families emerged from a field of 28.
Kristina and Alonzo Deadwiler have been married six years and have two daughters: Nyomie, 5, and Maliyah, 2. Kristina, 32, hails from Minnesota while Alonzo arrived from California woefully underdressed for midwinter. She stays at home with the kids in New Castle, while he makes the commute to Carbondale where he’s a service manager at Wells Fargo.
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Assaf Dory has thought numerous times in the past that he’s seen light at the end of the tunnel while battling back from the loss of a leg in the line of duty as a sheriff’s deputy in Florida.
But the medical problems from the amputation and the financial toll associated with his care turned that light into a train speeding head-on toward the family.