BRICK – Disabled Korean War veteran Walter Brandon, 85, watched in amazement as seven workers hung sheetrock, installed new floors and replaced a bathroom while he sat in his living room recliner during the organized chaos.

The long-time Lake Riviera resident and his wife, Patricia, were the recipients of the 200th home repair by Northern Ocean County Habitat for Humanity (NOHFH) which helps low-income homeowners restore and maintain their homes by completing needed home improvement projects.

Three months ago, Walter took a spill in his kitchen, and when he woke up in the hospital nearly two days later, had no idea what had happened.

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