Craig Morgan Surprises Purple Heart Army Veteran With New House During Grand Ole Opry

Country Music

Finally, some feel-good news to break the cycle of angry politics.

With Veteran’s Day right around the corner, The Grand Ole Opry dedicated last night’s show to veterans and their families. As a vet himself, Craig Morgan took the stage along with Justin Moore, Brantley Gilbert, John Conlee, Jeannie Seely and more.

Brantley performed “One Hell Of An Amen,” Justin sang “Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home,” and Craig Morgan did his song “Paradise,” but aside from the music, they also presented an Army vet with a brand new home… mortgage paid in full.

In partnership with Operation Finally Home, Craig surprised veteran Ethan LaBerge with that news that he would be the recipient of a new home from the organization, who works to provide homes for America’s military members, first responders and their families.

LaBerge, who went on multiple combat missions in Afghanistan, was severely injured by a civilian suicide bombing and still suffers from PTSD and traumatic brain injury. He was awarded the Purple Heart for his service.

And thanks to Operation Finally Home and their partners, he has a brand new home in Mount Juliet, Tennessee.

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