HOUSTON – Two brothers from West Virginia and their plumbing crew have been in Houston for almost a week, helping dozens of families in need of repairs after the recent winter storm.
They’ve already used the almost $30,000 they raised to help people for free. With those funds running out, they are now using their own money and they don’t think they will be able to do that much longer.
“Right now, we’re pretty large in the hole and I mean pretty large,” said David Dellinger of American Professional Plumbing Services. “The donations don’t match a fraction of what we’ve put into it.”
It’s been a labor of love for the brothers and their team.
“It was hard to leave our families but it was necessary,” Dellinger said. “We have seen the outcries. We’ve seen the people that were suffering and there’s just not enough of us tradesmen.”
Beth Stanaland lives on the southside of Houston. She is 81 and is currently…