Great American Storm Shelters is featured in the Morton-Times News.

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Great American Storm Shelters installed a storm shelter for a military hero and Gulf War disabled veteran, Sgt. John Gatz. John’s family home became toxic with dangerous black mold. This was an unsafe environment for John who suffers from PTSD and brain injury from Afghanistan. Operation Helping Heroes and UAW Local 862 remolded the home and got rid of the black mold. John wanted a storm shelter for his peace of mind.

“It comes in good when you think about Henryville and Pioneer Village when the tornadoes came through,” Gatz said.

Gatz said that the storm shelter is more than just a shelter, it is a safety blanket for his new home and his family.

Great American Storm Shelters was glad to help this veteran by installing a storm shelter to protect John Gatz and his family.

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Great American Storm Shelters is featured in the Morton-Times News.

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