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Completed Houses

308 N. Charles

  • FamilyTaw Chri Htoo and Htee Shee Wah
  • BioTaw Chri, his wife Htee Shee Wah and their two daughters have been living in the United States for five years. They were living in a Burmese refugee camp in Thailand before being brought to the United States through World Relief.
  • Start DateSpring 2015
  • End DateJuly 2016

304 N. Charles:

  • FamilyMa Thu Sha La and Lu Dee Na Htoo
  • BioThis family of five were former Burmese refugees and arrived in the US through the DFMS. They have been in the United States for around five years now. They chose Habitat because it gave their family a shot at a better future and to provide safety for their children.
  • Start DateSummer of 2015
  • End DateSeptember 2016

312 N. Charles:

  • FamilyMya Shwe and Teh Trun
  • BioThis family of six have been living in the United States since 2010. Before coming to the United States the family lived in a Burmese refugee camp in Thailand.
  • Start DateFall of 2015
  • End DateNovember 2016

328 N. Charles

  • FamilyMaung Aye and Lay Nay Paw
  • BioMaung Aye, his wife Lay Nay Paw and their four children have been living in the United States for around four years now. Before coming to the United States Maung Aye and Lay Nay Paw lived in a Burmese refugee camp for over thirty years and moved to the United States through World Relief in 2014.
  • Start DateWinter 2015
  • End Date: December 2016

Houses in Progress

1405 E. Adelia

  • Family: Mike and Michelle Soe
  • BioMike, Michelle and their two children have been living in the United States all their lives. Both parents were first generation US citizens and Mike grew up in a Habitat Home.
  • Start Date: Winter 2015
  • Current House Stage: Final Touches
  • Projected Dedication: January 2017

1414 E. Adelia

  • FamilyKu Nay Paw and Naw Mu Do
  • BioKu Nay Paw, his wife Naw Mu Do and their four children have been living in the United States for around three years. Before that they lived in a Burmese refugee camp located in Thailand and came to the Untied States through World Relief.
  • Start DateWinter 2015
  • Current House StageFlooring
  • Projected Dedication: Early 2017

1413 E. Adelia

  • FamilyOfeilia Mendoza-Morfin
  • BioOfeilia is a single mother. Ofeilia moved to the United States from Mexico around twenty years ago and since then has had two boys. She is wanting to live in a Habitat home because of safety for her kids, have a stable home for her kids and needs more space for them.
  • Start DateMay 2016
  • Current House StagePlumbing and Electrical
  • Projected Dedicationtbd

1409 E. Adelia

  • FamilySu Mey Oh and Mu Aye
  • BioThe family of eight have been living in the United States for about six years now. Before coming to the United States the family in a Burmese refugee camp in Thailand.
  • Start DateOctober 2016
  • Current House StageSiding; Plumbing and Electrical
  • Projected Dedicationtbd

1401 E. Adelia

  • Family: Saw Pal Nee and Hsa Paw
  • Bio: Saw Pal Nee, his wife Hsa Paw and their four children are originally from Burma. They came over to the United States as refugees in 2010.
  • Start Date: December 2016
  • Current House Stage: Excavation
  • Projected Dedication: tbd

1406 E. Adelia

  • FamilyAyoob (Jacob) Mohammed and Nasreen Amed
  • BioAyoob, his wife Nasreen and their four children have been living in the United States for around two and a half years. Before coming to the United States Ayoob worked with US Government and Military Officials in Iraq and came over through World Relief in early 2014.
  • Start Datetbd
  • Current House StageAcquiring permits
  • Projected Dedication: tbd