published Sunday, January 12th, 2014

Good Deed: Thanks for helping a family

Ken O'Brien with his black lab Chula
Ken O'Brien with his black lab Chula
Photo by Contributed Photo /Chattanooga Times Free Press.

Thanks for helping a family

Last summer the Tennessee Valley came together joining the organization Steps2Hope to build a home for Specialist Andrew Smith and his wife Tori. Andrew was severely injured while serving in Afghanistan.

Recently the couple received a service dog. Thanks to Ken O'Brien, who owns Invisible Fence of Chattanooga, the Smith's dog is now well protected in his yard thanks to Ken's community spirit and donation.

This will be a great year for Andrew and Tori, just knowing how many people and businesses continue to give back to a true hero. Thank you!

— Ken's many clients

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