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The clock was ticking for South County couple Steve and Alexa as they were four days away from becoming homeless. After living in the same Tierra Del Mar rental for 20 years, this couple was unexpectedly forced to move due to the bank foreclosing on their home when their landlord stopped paying the mortgage.
The clock was ticking for South County couple Steve and Alexa as they were four days away from becoming homeless. After living in the same Tierra Del Mar rental for 20 years, this couple was unexpectedly forced to move due to the bank foreclosing on their home when their landlord stopped paying the mortgage."We were given 30 days notice to move and have been unable to find any affordable rentals," says Alexa. They were running out of time but refused to give up hope. As a retired Air Force Veteran, Steve has all fight and no flight in his blood. While stationed on Mt. Hebo from 1972-75 during the Cold War, he was in charge of looking for sea launched ballistic missiles coming from Russia. Steve worked on the computer that determined when and where the missile would and could land. It was the only super computer in the armed forces. After 43 years of marriage and raising two children, Steve and Alexa have become a well loved and respected couple in our community. Steve worked for Hopkes Logging for six years as well as Balmer Logging in Hebo before he retired. With the same tenacity and faith they have carried through life, Steve and Alexa were believing God would provide. Meanwhile, Tillamook County Habitat had just been donated a well maintained 5th wheel trailer from a Portland couple who saw a Habitat flier in Rosenbergs. Stumpy from Tillamook RV helped haul the trailer into town and it was on the lot less than a few hours when a friend of Steve and Alexa's called and asked if they had any affordable trailers for a family in need. Bingo!! Steve and Alexa met with Habitat Director Cami Aufdermauer where she discussed with them Habitat's model in helping families who have a need, willingness to partner, and ability to pay. With all the criteria met, an emergency board decision was reached in order to offer this couple a 0% loan to purchase the trailer through affordable monthly payments. "It's amazing to see how the Lord works out all the details. We were praying that this trailer would go to someone who truly needed it," said Cami. #tillamookhabitatforhumanity#tillamookliving#buildingthekingdom#veteranbuild#habiatforhumanity#tillamookrvrepairs#volunteer