New Home for U.S.Army SFC Demitra Jarrett in Montgomery, Texas

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EyeSite Surveillance, Inc. is pleased to announce that it is partnering with Operation Finally Home to help fulfill its mission to, “…provide custom-built, mortgage-free homes to America’s Heroes and the widows of the fallen who have sacrificed so much to defend our freedoms and our way of life.” EyeSite Surveillance joins Coventry Homes and sponsors the Greater Houston Builders Association (GHBA) to help build a great home for U.S. Army SFC Demitra Jarrett and family in Montgomery, Texas.

 

EyeSite Surveillance, Inc. will be providing real-time video of the construction progress at the home being built in Montgomery, Texas. Upon completion, this home will be handed over to SFC Jarrett and her family during a ribbon cutting ceremony.  The home will be theirs to enjoy mortgage-free for life.

U.S. Army SFC Demitra Jarrett was raised in Kansas.  After graduating from High School, she started her tactical career at the Georgia Department of Corrections while attending college full time as a single mother. She followed her dreams of serving her country when she went on active duty in 2002 after serving two years in the Army Reserve.

Jarrett spent 10 years in the military with three overseas deployments, twice in Iraq in (2003 and 2006-2007) and once in Kuwait (2007). She was seriously wounded during her first deployment in 2003, but Jarrett returned to duty in 2005 after being diagnosed with lupus.  In 2012, she was accepted into Army’s Officers Candidate school, but was not able to attend due to her deteriorating condition.  She served as a Squad Leader and Platoon Sergeant for the Fort Belvoir Wounded Warrior Battalion before she medically retired from the Army in 2013.

Jarrett suffers from PTSD, TBI, Lupus, rheumatoid arthritis and now uses a wheelchair.

Jarrett was honored with a multitude of awards during her time in the Army, including the Meritorious Service Medal, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal and many more.

Jarrett has earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Human Resource Management, Associate of Arts in Management Studies and a Graduate Certificate in Project Management.  Jarrett, her son and her mother currently live in California where her son attends UCLA. Her mother is her primary caregiver. Jarrett is now working on her Masters of Psychology and plans to finish her Ph.D. in Endocrinology/Rheumatology. Her goals are to study her own illness and find a cure for lupus in addition to providing coping skills to fellow veterans who suffer from PTSD.

EyeSite Surveillance, Inc. salutes U.S. Army SFC Demitra Jarrett for her heroic service, and is proud to partner with Operation Finally Home and the many corporate sponsors, builder associations, builders, developers, individual contributors, and volunteers to help her and many other heroes find a new start by addressing one of their most pressing needs – a home to call their own. EyeSite Surveillance is happy to provide on-site video documentation free of charge during the construction phase of this important project.

 

Since 2005, EyeSite Surveillance, Inc. has been recognized as the security experts for construction companies and other sites at risk requiring temporary, mobile theft prevention equipment. Offering multiple layers of theft prevention through state-of-the-art technology, and a business model based on an unparalleled level of customer service, EyeSite Surveillance, Inc. has become the leader in mobile site security in Arizona and Texas.

More Information:
EyeSite Surveillance, Inc.
www.GoEyesite.com
Phone: 855-4NoTheft
E-Mail: info@goeyesite.com

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