Travis Collette, owner of Collette Roofing, knew he needed to help.
“As soon as I clicked on the link and heard Tammie’s story, I just knew we had to help,” he said. “I could tell that she was really in need, she started crying which definitely pulled on my heart strings.”
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Collette said the roof was in bad shape and would have been more of a hazard come winter if it hadn’t been fixed.
“Most certainly there was a lot of damage caused by the tornado. I have no clue why FEMA denied it.”
Helgeson feels grateful for her new roof so she wanted to give thanks the best way she knows how.
“I’ve offered to cook a meal. I would love to feed everyone that is here to show my appreciation.”