On November 10, ServiceSource Florida donated its sixth mortgage-free condominium to Cheyenne Ralph Livingston at Crestview Villas in Cocoa, FL. “I get tears in my eyes thinking about owning my own home,” said Cheyenne. “It’s such an uplifting feeling. It gives me security and stability. I am truly blessed to receive it.”
Cheyenne moved to Crestview Villas more than eight years ago and has kept an excellent reputation of dependability. He is an active volunteer in his community and has never let his diagnosis of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) hold him back. “I’m honored to officially transfer ownership of and hand you the keys to your completely renovated, mortgage free condo,” said Bruce Patterson, CEO. “Best wishes to you in homeownership.”
More than 20 attendees joined the ceremony including Rob Medina, Mayor of Palm Bay and Director of Community and Military Relations for Congressman Bill Posey; Councilman Lavander Hearn, City of Cocoa (District 2); Rob Cramp, Executive Director, Housing for the Homeless and Carole Jean Jordan, Indian River Tax Collector. All speakers gave dynamic speeches and provided heartfelt messages to Cheyenne for his community contributions.
ServiceSource leadership was also in attendance including Bruce Patterson, CEO; Andrew Rind, Senior Vice President and Executive Director, ServiceSource North Carolina; Matt Motko, Executive Director, ServiceSource Florida, Tina Herzik, Vice President of Operations, Vocational Rehabilitation and Lisa Ciccolelli, Housing Director, ServiceSource Florida. Janet Samuelson, ServiceSource Foundation Trustee also joined the ceremony.