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2013 Extreme Makeover

Kennedy Hohmeier's Family resides in Kenosha and are the recipient of the 2013 Extreme Makeover.  Kennedy Hohmeier is 16 and was diagnosed with Angelman Syndrome, which is a genetic disorder caused by a partial deletion of the gene UBE3A of chromosome #15.  Angelman Syndrome causes Kennedy to developmentally function at a 2 year old level.  She cannot speak or effectively use any type of communicative device.  She is unable to walk independently and relies on a wheelchair for most ambulation.  Kennedy does laugh, smile and show general happiness and is a pleasure to be around which allows her to excel socially with a long line of friends, family and teachers.

Kennedy's family was ecstatic about the opportunity of the makeover of their bathroom as Kennedy relies on her parents and caretakers for her self care.  Below is a series of photos that Kennedy's family and all of us would like to share with you.

We also would like to Thank all of you that attended the 2013 event and who made donations of time, effort or money its because of all of you that we could make this makeover possible for Kennedy and her family.

From the bottom of all of our hearts - Thank You!

A Special Thanks to all of the 2013 Extreme Makeover participants who donated time and/or materials:
- Bindelli Brothers Construction
- Peter Bindelli
- Ron Bursek
- Paul Williamson
- Bill Stanford
- Kirk Blazedale
- Menards
- Lee Plumbing
- Van's Roofing
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