San Antonio Express News By Josh Baugh  |  November 23, 2016 Larry Milton is a man of few words but a prolific builder of ramps. A 77-year-old retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel, Milton has volunteered with the Texas Ramp Project since the nonprofit organization held a briefing in San Antonio in the late 1980s. Milton,…

George Cronin, Louis Owen presented 2016 Bishop Charles E. Herzig Humanitarian Awards Susan De Matteo September 12, 2016 Diocesan Events, General News TYLER – Bishop Joseph E. Strickland presented George Cronin with the 2016 Bishop Charles E. Herzig Humanitarian Award for his work in building ramps for the wheelchair-bound during a Sept. 11 Mass in…

The Gilmer Mirror Published November 17, 2016 The Gilmer Kiwanis Club has partnered with the Texas Ramp Project in effort to serve our neighbors in Upshur County. Members of the Gilmer Kiwanis Club joined Texas Ramp Project Executive Director John Laine on Saturday, November 12 to learn the process of building an access ramp at the…

Fayette County Record By Andy Behlen Published November 14, 2016 Volunteers with the Texas Ramp Project teamed up with Farmers Lumber Company onTuesday, Nov. 1, to build a wheelchair  ramp for Jim Matheson, a retired Farmers employee who recently suffered some health problems. Amid a cacophony of hammers, drills, and power saws, workers shouted out measurements and…

KENS5.com San Antonio Bryan Wendland, KENS 11:46 AM. CST November 12, 2016 Click here to see video of this story. 86-year-old Jean Whitt doesn’t need a wheelchair quite yet, but she can’t get around without the help of her two walking-canes. So when a team of volunteers from the Texas Ramp Project and Home Depot…

News Channel 10 – Amarillo Published: Monday, November 7th 2016, 1:37 am CST Updated: Monday, November 7th 2016, 11:36 am CST By Nigel Ashford, Reporter AMARILLO, TX (KFDA) –The Texas Ramp Project in Amarillo builds wheelchair ramps for disabled or elderly people who can’t afford to buy one. On Nov. 5, the organization gave Kirby…

Five students and a teacher from Dallas Lutheran High School joined the Texas Ramp Project to build this 24-foot ramp for a South Dallas woman. The crew spent a total of 28 volunteer hours to install the ramp. DLHS students often build with the Texas Ramp Project on their school service days.

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