Clark & Floyd INDIANA

Partner Families

The Williams Family

Keisha, Ny'Kyeona, Caleb, Tai'sjhan, Aaleiah, Ky'onder, Kaden, Kenneth, and Kendria.

 

Keisha

"I am a 33-year-old mother of 8, and I am originally from Chicago. I’m an assembler at Beech Mold and Tool, and I value alone time when I can sleep and just relax. My children like to play basketball and football, run track, sing and play instruments. I learned about Habitat from my landlord, after our house caught fire and we had to relocate. To me, a Habitat home means stability, and for my children, it’s a place to always call home. My family and I are very excited and thankful for everyone’s help, and we will be a part of helping other families for a lifetime."

 

 

 

The Graham Family

Shannon & Araya Sunshine

 

Shannon

"I am 37 years old, and I’m from New Albany. I have one daughter, Araya Sunshine, and I work as lead host for The Old Spaghetti Factory, and do housekeeping for Green Valley Care Center. In my spare time, I like to cook and entertain, and spend lots of time with my family. Araya likes to read, skate, and watch TV. My sister-in-law completed the Habitat homeownership in Louisville, and that’s where I learned that Habitat means owning my home. My daughter’s wish is to have a yard; she and I are so grateful, and we can’t wait to get started! To help and have something that we truly worked for—what a blessing."

 

 

 

Tess Kessinger

 

Tess

"I am 43 years old and was born in Louisville. I suffered a traumatic spinal cord injury following an automobile accident in February 2006, and have been a wheelchair-bound quadriplegic since that time. I work as a Research Assistant for the University of Louisville, and in my spare time, I like to read, attend concerts, and watch TV. I heard about Habitat from my sister, who works for the federal government, and my mom who heard about it from volunteers at HFH Metro Louisville. A Habitat house means independence, self-esteem, and taking the next step in my life. My family is happy and excited for me, though a bit nervous! I want Habitat volunteers and sponsors to know that they are giving me back normalcy in my life."

 

 

 

The Shirley Family

Audrianna & Mikah

 

Audrianna

"I am 25 years old from New Albany, and I have a two-year-old son, Mikah. I work as a Medical Assistant for Clark Memorial Hospital, and part-time at Hallmark in Clarksville. In my spare time, I like to read, listen to music, and spend time with family—especially with my son, who loves to play. I heard about Habitat from a Habitat homeowner; owning a Habitat home means stability, security, and hope, and my family is proud, happy and ready to be involved. I want donors, sponsors and volunteers to know that I am forever grateful and beyond appreciative for this opportunity."

 

 

 

The Owens Family

Michelle, Liana and Michael

 

Michelle

“I am a 46 year old mother of two wonderful children. I moved to New Albany 7 years ago and have made this my home. It is a loving and helpful community with great schools and churches. I work in radio and have done so the last 17 years of my life, there is not one day I wake up and don’t want to go to work. My spare time is spent with family and the children. We love nature, serenity time by the lakes and traveling. My daughter Liana is 14 years old and getting ready to graduate from Hazelwood Middle School. She loves to play golf and volleyball while also being an A/B honor roll student. My son Michael is turning 4 in July. I am so grateful for a home because this little boy loves to run outdoors and dig up any bug that lives in the dirt. Owning a home that we as a family and community will build, is a dream come true. To have stability for my children is a blessing. I want to thank each and every one of the sponsors, donors, workers, Habitat personal, and churches from my heart. I believe what you put in life you get out and I won’t ever stop putting in life what we were created to do which means I belong to Habitat for life and will donate my time, love, and hard work from here on out.”

 

 

 

The Lopez Family

Caprice, Tyrell Jr. and Trycen

 

Caprice

“I am 24 years old and I was born in Chicago. I have two children, Tyrell Jr. who is 3 and Trycen who is 1. I work for Neovia in Jeffersonville in the general warehouse. In my free time I like to cook, do crafts with my kids and be outside. My kids love sports, superheroes and cars. I heard about Habitat for Humanity Clark and Floyd Indiana from St. Elizabeth Charities. I want Habitat volunteers and sponsors to know that they are not just building a house, they are building a home for a family who may only have Habitat for Humanity as an option to own a home. They are building the foundation for a family to make memories and grow. With this home my children will have a place to grow and learn in a stable environment.”

 

 

812.948.1235  •  711 E. 8th St.  •  jleonard@habitatcfi.org

The Williams Family

Keisha, Ny'Kyeona, Caleb, Tai'sjhan, Aaleiah, Ky'onder, Kaden, Kenneth, and Kendria.

 

Keisha

"I am a 33-year-old mother of 8, and I am originally from Chicago. I’m an assembler at Beech Mold and Tool, and I value alone time when I can sleep and just relax. My children like to play basketball and football, run track, sing and play instruments. I learned about Habitat from my landlord, after our house caught fire and we had to relocate. To me, a Habitat home means stability, and for my children, it’s a place to always call home. My family and I are very excited and thankful for everyone’s help, and we will be a part of helping other families for a lifetime."

 

 

 

The Graham Family

Shannon & Araya Sunshine

 

Shannon

"I am 37 years old, and I’m from New Albany. I have one daughter, Araya Sunshine, and I work as lead host for The Old Spaghetti Factory, and do housekeeping for Green Valley Care Center. In my spare time, I like to cook and entertain, and spend lots of time with my family. Araya likes to read, skate, and watch TV. My sister-in-law completed the Habitat homeownership in Louisville, and that’s where I learned that Habitat means owning my home. My daughter’s wish is to have a yard; she and I are so grateful, and we can’t wait to get started! To help and have something that we truly worked for—what a blessing."

 

 

 

Tess Kessinger

 

Tess

"I am 43 years old and was born in Louisville. I suffered a traumatic spinal cord injury following an automobile accident in February 2006, and have been a wheelchair-bound quadriplegic since that time. I work as a Research Assistant for the University of Louisville, and in my spare time, I like to read, attend concerts, and watch TV. I heard about Habitat from my sister, who works for the federal government, and my mom who heard about it from volunteers at HFH Metro Louisville. A Habitat house means independence, self-esteem, and taking the next step in my life. My family is happy and excited for me, though a bit nervous! I want Habitat volunteers and sponsors to know that they are giving me back normalcy in my life."

 

 

 

The Shirley Family

Audrianna & Mikah

 

Audrianna

"I am 25 years old from New Albany, and I have a two-year-old son, Mikah. I work as a Medical Assistant for Clark Memorial Hospital, and part-time at Hallmark in Clarksville. In my spare time, I like to read, listen to music, and spend time with family—especially with my son, who loves to play. I heard about Habitat from a Habitat homeowner; owning a Habitat home means stability, security, and hope, and my family is proud, happy and ready to be involved. I want donors, sponsors and volunteers to know that I am forever grateful and beyond appreciative for this opportunity."

 

 

 

The Owens Family

Michelle, Liana and Michael

 

Michelle

“I am a 46 year old mother of two wonderful children. I moved to New Albany 7 years ago and have made this my home. It is a loving and helpful community with great schools and churches. I work in radio and have done so the last 17 years of my life, there is not one day I wake up and don’t want to go to work. My spare time is spent with family and the children. We love nature, serenity time by the lakes and traveling. My daughter Liana is 14 years old and getting ready to graduate from Hazelwood Middle School. She loves to play golf and volleyball while also being an A/B honor roll student. My son Michael is turning 4 in July. I am so grateful for a home because this little boy loves to run outdoors and dig up any bug that lives in the dirt. Owning a home that we as a family and community will build, is a dream come true. To have stability for my children is a blessing. I want to thank each and every one of the sponsors, donors, workers, Habitat personal, and churches from my heart. I believe what you put in life you get out and I won’t ever stop putting in life what we were created to do which means I belong to Habitat for life and will donate my time, love, and hard work from here on out.”

 

 

 

The Lopez Family

Caprice, Tyrell Jr. and Trycen

 

Caprice

“I am 24 years old and I was born in Chicago. I have two children, Tyrell Jr. who is 3 and Trycen who is 1. I work for Neovia in Jeffersonville in the general warehouse. In my free time I like to cook, do crafts with my kids and be outside. My kids love sports, superheroes and cars. I heard about Habitat for Humanity Clark and Floyd Indiana from St. Elizabeth Charities. I want Habitat volunteers and sponsors to know that they are not just building a house, they are building a home for a family who may only have Habitat for Humanity as an option to own a home. They are building the foundation for a family to make memories and grow. With this home my children will have a place to grow and learn in a stable environment.”